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One Huge Reason to Buy These Top Tech Stocks Now

When Wall Street analysts look for data points to reinforce and justify their views on a stock, much of it can found in the profit and loss or balance sheet ...
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J.P. Morgan Very Positive on Selected Momentum Software Stocks

In any market rally, momentum stocks tend to not only catch the eye of traders and investors, but they catch the eye of short-sellers as well. When the market rolled ...
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Merrill Lynch Positive on Five Tech Stocks Even After Big Market Rally

With the market making new highs seemingly every day, investors are in the unfamiliar spot of trying to gauge how much more room is left. With technology absolutely on fire, ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AngloGold, Twitter, Biogen, Celgene, HomeAway, VMware and More

Stocks are trying to hold on to new highs yet again. The difference at this high is that investors keep getting told that this is a stock picker's market rather than a ...
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Google Top Company for Pay and Benefits

Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) topped all companies in terms of best pay and benefits in a new survey by online jobs site Glassdoor. It adds to Google's prime spot on ...
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Merrill Lynch’s Stocks Picks for IT Spending Recovery

One good way for inquiring minds on Wall Street to find out what companies plan on spending is to ask them. That is exactly what the analysts and research team ...
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RBC’s Telecom and Networking Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2014

With huge deals and mergers in the telecom, cable and satellite industries, the first half of the year has been a blockbuster indeed. While the second half may not hold ...
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UBS Picks Top Tech Software Stocks to Buy During Earnings Season

With the massive tech sell-off knocking down some top names 25% to 50% in recent weeks, most Wall Street firms are confirming a shift from high-beta momentum stocks to large ...
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Top Large Cap Tech Will Benefit From Bigger IT Budgets

A recent survey of chief information officers by UBS shows that expected information technology (IT) budget growth this year should be right-in-line with prior surveys. Most importantly, more than 60% ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BofA, NetApp, Stratasys, Symantec, Wells Fargo and More

The stock market was unable to hold new all-time highs, and investors are looking for both gains and protection in the next sell-off. 24/7 Wall St. reviews many analyst calls ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Activision, EPL, MagicJack, VMware and More

Stocks have pulled back marginally after hitting new highs, and investors remain wary. They want upside, but also do not want to get caught buying the top or get caught ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcatel-Lucent, Charter, Staples, VMware and More

Stocks have been challenging news highs almost daily. Investors remain leery, wanting to capture upside but also fearful of getting caught by the next major market correction. 24/7 Wall St. reviews ...
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Open Compute Technology Could Change Everything: Top Stocks to Buy

Open Compute, or OCP for short, is an organization that was founded by Facebook in 2011. According to the organization's website, Open Compute’s goal is to "build one of the ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: American Airlines, EA, Teradata, VMware, Walmart and More

Earnings season is peaking and analysts are making many ratings adjustments in their 2014 outlooks. 24/7 Wall St. reviews dozens of Wall Street analyst research reports each morning. Some cover ...
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Merrill Lynch’s Six Top Market Leading Software Stocks to Buy in 2014

The year 2013 was a one of accelerating growth for most software companies, and the software analysts at Merrill Lynch expect 2014 to continue to show strong growth. However, unlike ...
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