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Nike, Home Depot Dominate DJIA on Wednesday

December 7, 2016: Markets opened slightly higher Wednesday with little economic or earnings data to use as a guide. Only the healthcare and energy sectors are trading lower as we ...
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The 11 Most Attractive Dow Stocks for 2017: Is DJIA 22,000 in the Cards?

As 2016 winds down and 2017 becomes the prevailing concern, investors have to wonder what to expect. Donald Trump unexpectedly beat Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, and now both sides ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Netflix, Nike, Pandora, SunPower, United Continental and More

Stocks closed higher on Monday and were indicated even higher again on Tuesday. The ongoing theme is that investors have not tired of what is close to an eight-year bull ...
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Nike, Visa Lead DJIA Higher Monday

December 5, 2016: Markets opened higher Monday but spend most of the day drifting lower with the blue chips sliding the most. The consumer discretionary, tech, and energy sectors performed ...
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Does Under Armour’s Deal with MLB Change Anything?

Athletic gear maker Under Armour Inc. (NYSE: UA) announced Monday morning that it has signed a 10-year agreement with Major League Baseball (MLB) to be the league's official uniform provider. The ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Arista Networks, McDonald’s, TripAdvisor, Newmont Mining, Nike, Visa and More

The market seesawed last week, digesting some of the big gains since the election in early November. With 2016 almost over, many portfolio managers and investors are looking to make ...
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Nike, Visa Lead DJIA Down on Monday

November 28, 2016: Markets opened lower Monday after a long weekend of eating and shopping. There was no economic news of note, so this may just be a pause in ...
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Nike Worst Performing Dow Stock Of 2016, Down 17.6%

Shares of Nike (NYSE: NKE) have been slaughtered in 2016, down the most of any Dow (DJIA) stock. Shares have fallen 17.8% to $51.52 this year. The Dow is higher ...
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Can DJIA Still Rise to 19,700 by End of 2016?

In the first days of each year, 24/7 Wall St. uses the average implied upside of each Dow Jones Industrial Average component to generate an upside price target. It ...
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American Express, Disney Weigh on DJIA Friday

November 18, 2016: Markets opened higher Friday but the good vibe did not last. The energy sector posted the best gain while the healthcare sector fared worst. As we head ...
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Home Depot, Microsoft Lift DJIA on Thursday

November 17, 2016: Markets opened higher Thursday and the Nasdaq Composite appears to be gaining back even more of the ground it lost last week as tech stocks dropped following ...
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Nike Is DJIA’s Worst Performing Stock, Down Nearly 19%

Since late August, Nike Inc. (NYSE: NKE) stock has dropped more than 15%, and for the year to date it is down nearly 19%. That's actually a bit better than ...
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How Trump Election Could Affect Nike and Discount Clothing Stores

Analysts everywhere are revisiting their recommendations following Tuesday's surprise election victory by Donald Trump. Based on statements by Trump when he was campaigning, there probably are a few general lessons ...
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Nike the Worst Dow Stock of 2016, Down 20%

Nike Inc. (NYSE: NKE), the once red-hot athletic gear maker, is in trouble. It shares have dropped 20% this year to just under $50. No other stock in the Dow ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Brookdale Senior Living, Frontier Communications, Nike, Norfolk Southern, Pfizer, Nucor, Xylem and More

Stocks were indicated slightly lower on Wednesday after Tuesday's larger sell-off. Investors have proved over and over that they will buy each pullback, high valuations and a seven-and-a-half-year bull market ...
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