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Meet the Preliminary 2017 Dogs of the Dow for Massive Dividends

The end of 2016 has brought a serious change for the markets and for investors. It turns out that Donald Trump's infrastructure and pro-growth initiatives have created a serious demand ...
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Short Sellers Back Way Off Major Pharma Stocks

The short interest data have been released for the November 30 settlement date. Pharmaceutical companies usually are involved in a lengthy process in getting their drug candidates to market through ...
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Just 4 DJIA Stocks Trading Down This Year: Nike, Coke, Pfizer, Disneydow

With three weeks remaining in 2016, just four DJIA stocks are trading down for the year and all but one have a chance to turn positive by the end of ...
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Pfizer, Coca-Cola Lead Dow Higher Friday

December 9, 2016: Markets opened higher again Friday with little support from either economic data or corporate earnings. One big positive came from the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment report ...
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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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Analyst’s Top Pharmaceutical Buys Offer Big Dividends and Growth Potential

Ever since the fall of last year when Hillary Clinton spoke out on high drug prices, the top stocks in the pharmaceutical sector have taken a beating. With Clinton defeated ...
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Boeing, UnitedHealth Dominate DJIA Tuesday

November 29, 2016: Markets opened higher Tuesday following the Commerce Department's second estimate of third quarter GDP growth of 3.2%. The Conference Board's consumer confidence index has returned to pre-recession ...
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Short Sellers Hike Their Bets in Most Major Pharma Stocks

The short interest data have been released for the November 15 settlement date. Pharmaceutical companies usually are involved in a lengthy process in getting their drug candidates to market through ...
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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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Goldman, JPMorgan Boost Dow on Thursday

November 10, 2016: Markets opened higher Thursday but the tech heavy Nasdaq Composite soon fell into the red and may not make it out by the end of the trading ...
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Short Interest Bets Increase on Major Pharma

The short interest data have been released for the October 31 settlement date. Pharmaceutical companies usually are involved in a lengthy process in getting their drug candidates to market through ...
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Pfizer, Caterpillar Dominate DJIA on Wednesday

November 9, 2016: Markets opened lower again Wednesday following the unexpected results of Tuesday's election. Overnight DJIA futures dropped some 800 points at one point, but equities gained strength throughout ...
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11 Stocks Surging Higher From Donald Trump’s Surprise Victory

The world is more than surprised that Donald Trump has scored an upset victory over rival Hillary Clinton. Many brokerage firms and economists said that a Trump victory would be awful ...
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Financial Sector Most, Telecom Sector Least Worried About National Election

One thing computers always have been good at is counting things. So FactSet set its computers to work counting the number of times company executives mentioned the word "election" during ...
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Pfizer, Apple Sink the DJIA on Thursday

November 3, 2016: Markets opened higher Thursday but drifted lower around midday. Friday morning brings the non-farm payroll report which is expected to show that 178,000 jobs were added in ...
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