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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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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcatel, CSX, Family Dollar, HP and More

Earnings season has started and Wall Street analysts are making many changes to their 2014 outlooks. At the same time, investors are still positioning their portfolios for 2014 and beyond. ...
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Oppenheimer Sees Key Tech Trends and Top Stocks to Buy for 2014

Wall Street has increasingly started to embrace network security and big data as themes that are likely to remain very strong in 2014. For the technology analysts at Oppenheimer, identifying ...
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The Bull and Bear Case for EMC in 2014

EMC Corp. (NYSE: EMC) is a definite leader in storage, but its fate has become less clear in the tech world headed to the cloud. The number of competitors is ...
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Merrill Lynch’s Best Technology Ideas for 2014

The technology sector has been identified across the firms that we cover as a solid place for investors to deploy capital for 2014. The analysts at Merrill Lynch are in ...
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Cowen Top Tech Stocks to Buy for 2014: VMware, Citrix Check Point, FireEye

As we begin to finish up the final month of what has been a tremendous year for the stock market, the 24/7 staff is reviewing what the major Wall Street ...
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Cowen Top Tech Stocks to Buy Are Also Top Cloud Computing Leaders

More and more Americans are storing their music, video, pictures and data in the cloud through various public cloud providers. For many of the companies that provide this service, it ...
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UBS Large Cap Tech Stocks to Buy and Stocks to Avoid

For the most part, earnings from the big technology companies came in at or above Wall Street expectations. Some clear trends have started to emerge as mega cap tech stocks ...
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Merrill Lynch Wants to Bust the VMware Myth

VMware Inc. (VMW) is being covered in a very positive research note from Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The firm is starting a "Myth Buster" series, and virtualization leader VMware ...
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EMC Stock Price Drop Likely a Gift When the Dust Settles (Updated)

EMC Corp. (NYSE: EMC) was hit a little harder than we expected with its company earnings report for the third quarter and for its guidance. It should have been no ...
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VMware Earnings Charging To Virtualization, EMC Next

VMware Inc. (NYSE: VMW) is seeing a strong reaction to its corporate earnings report. Its third quarter sales were broadly in-line with analyst expectations, but earnings managed to beat the ...
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UBS Has Six Large Tech Stocks to Buy That Every Investor Should Own Long-Term

Tech is undergoing one of its every-15-year transitions, this time from a client-server basis to information technology as a service (ITaaS). According to the tech analysts at UBS, history advises ...
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Top Tech Stocks Poised to Benefit Most from 2014 IT Spending Growth

The technology analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch surveyed more than 175 respondents with a total information technology (IT) budgets of more than $5 billion, predominantly in the United ...
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