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Software as a Service Continues Huge Growth, Despite the Sell-Off

The software as a service (SaaS) business has absolutely exploded over the last five years, and after meetings with three of the top players in the industry, the analysts at ...
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Credit Suisse Sees These Six Stocks as Momentum Traps

Momentum stocks are the greatest things in the world when the market goes up like it did last year. There is always somebody willing to buy the stocks high under ...
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IPO Payday at Paylocity

Paylocity Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: PTCY) provides cloud-based software to help mid-sized companies manage their human resources and payroll functions. For its initial public offering (IPO) Wednesday morning, the company priced ...
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UBS Has Five Tech Stocks to Buy for Much Higher Gains

The technology sector is delivering to investors exactly what Wall Street expected. With the Internet names leading the way, the sector has roared up more than 1% in the past ...
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Robert Baird’s Five Top Software and Services Stocks to Buy Now

The software and services category was one area that had a much better January than the overall stock market. Rising 3%, versus the decline of 3% in the S&P 500, ...
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Russell 2000 Rebalance May Bring Huge Buying in Key Stocks

Typically when any major index does a rebalancing, there is a large amount of buying and selling that takes place as the index resets to the new percentage assignments for ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AMD, Gap, Priceline, SanDisk and Many More

We are in the thick of corporate earnings season and stocks are challenging all-time highs. This is a climate in which investors want and need to know which stocks to ...
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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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New IPO ETF Certain to Gain Traction, More IPO ETF Competition

The saying is that if there is a trading strategy, then there is an ETF strategy for that as well. Now the markets are getting a new exchange-traded fund strategy ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Stocks to Buy: Avago, Melco Crown, PAA and More

It may be the last dog days of summer ahead of Labor Day, but analysts are still dribbling out research calls. Now that stocks have pulled back, investors and traders ...
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Ten Companies Expected to Double Revenues in the Next Few Years

If you have analyzed the myriad earnings reports over the summer of 2013, the trend that you will notice is a lack of revenue growth from most major companies. Many ...
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Jefferies Says Software Stocks May Continue to Outperform the S&P 500

Many of the firms that we cover around Wall Street have become more positive on the prospects for improved capital expenditure (capex) spending by corporate America as the year progresses ...
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Textura, Software Maker for Construction Industry, Builds Winning IPO

Textura Corp. (NYSE: TXTR), an enterprise software maker for the commercial construction industry, held its initial public offering (IPO) this morning, selling 5.175 million shares at a per share price ...
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Closing Bell for Thursday on Wall Street: Markets Stall on Japan Losses

U.S. equity markets opened sharply lower this morning, taking a lead from Japan’s Nikkei, which fell more than 7% for the day. Japan’s government bond yields spiked until the Bank ...
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Closing Bell for Wednesday on Wall Street: Markets Blunted on Fed Comments, Minutes

U.S. equity markets opened barely higher this morning following a report that mortgage loan applications had fallen by 9.8% from the previous week, on top of a 7% decline for ...
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