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The Bull-Bear Case for DJIA Financial Stocks in 2017: Amex, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Visa, Travelers

Now that 2016 has ended and 2017 has begun, it is important to reflect on what has been seen and what should be expected in the year ahead. The Dow ...
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Nike, Goldman Sachs Lift DJIA Friday

January 6, 2017: Markets opened mixed Friday but a solid report on non-farm payrolls eventually helped buyers gain some traction. The telecom sector was the day's worst performer while tech ...
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Nike, Verizon Lead DJIA Higher Tuesday

January 3, 2017: Markets opened higher Tuesday following the beginning of promised cuts to crude oil production by OPEC members and other nations as well as a strong report on ...
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Beyond DJIA 20,000: What Could Drive the Dow to 22,000 in 2017

With 2016 winding down, some investors are looking backward to see what worked and what did not. With a 14% rally in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) this year, ...
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Intel, Caterpillar Sink DJIA on Friday

December 16, 2016: Markets opened higher again Friday but equities seemed to prefer trading sideways for most of the afternoon. Among the sectors, utilities and real estate performed best while ...
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The NRA Wine Club

The National Rifle Association has a wine club. Why? Almost certainly due to a cardinal rule of membership organizations: Offer as many benefits as possible to put glue on those ...
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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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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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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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Major Changes in Warren Buffett & Berkshire Hathaway Stocks: American Airlines, Delta, Kinder Morgan, Wal-Mart, BNY Mellon and More

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) has released its public equity holdings as of September 30, 2016. Outside of Warren Buffett being one of the richest men alive and being considered the ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Ariad, AT&T, Chesapeake Energy, Hain Celestial, Nike, Visa and More

Stocks were looking for direction on Tuesday despite a slew of Dow and S&P 500 earnings reports. Investors still seem willing to buy each pullback, even if there are high ...
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Visa Slides Despite Earnings Beat

Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) reported fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after markets closed Monday. The company posted $0.78 in earnings per share (EPS) and $4.3 billion in revenue. There were consensus ...
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What to Expect From Visa Earnings

Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) is scheduled to release its fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after the markets close on Monday. The consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters are $0.73 in earnings per ...
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