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Short Sellers Keep Attacking the 11 Companies That Have Totally Lost Control of Their Narratives

Short sellers are an interesting lot in the field of investing. After all, if they are not hedging a position then they are betting that the price of a stock ...
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Merrill Lynch Top Health Care Stock Picks for September: Focus on Large Cap Biotech

Merrill Lynch recently released its September RIC Report, noting key strategy views and showing many sector views. One such view from the firm was that health care stocks are currently ...
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Disney’s Chart and Business Issues Point to Lower Share Price Ahead

Weak stocks in a strong market generally are not very well received by shareholders. Shares of Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) had been trying to form a bottom above $100 ...
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12 Large Financial Institutions Trading Under Book Value in August

With the stock market having hit all-time highs almost monthly in 2017, and with this bull market eight-and-a-half years old, investors are routinely hearing that the stock market is expensive. ...
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After a Strong IPO, Analysts Suggest Redfin May Be Fully Valued

It turns out that not all high-profile initial public offerings have to be bad in 2017. Redfin Corp. (NASDAQ: RDFN) was quite successful for IPO investors. After having an indicated ...
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11 Companies With Lost Narratives Also Lean Toward Poor Earnings Reactions

Some companies manage to rise into a dominant position in their industries. Whether they can hold on to that dominance through time is another story. It turns out that it ...
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5 Solid Industrial Earnings Treated Like Dirt This Earnings Season

Investors and analysts always have a game that gets played during earnings season. Traditional investors might just assume that how a company's stock will act is how a company ...
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Why Seagate May Be Shunned for Much Longer

Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ: STX) is back in the dog house. The good news is that the company's valuation is dirt cheap again. The bad news is that selling a ...
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Reality Check: What If IBM Never Finds Its Way Back to Growth?

International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) is now a company without a story. The growth initiatives under the leadership of Ginni Rometty have not been able to offset the bleeding ...
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11 Great American Companies That Have Totally Lost Control of Their Narrative

Many great American companies have risen to become behemoths over the decades. Many of those great names also have fallen from grace. Sometimes after a company falls from grace, it ...
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AT&T Analyst Downgrade Pits Time Warner Against Dividend Concerns

It has been known for decades that price wars are great for consumers and horrible for companies involved. That is particularly true for the companies that dominated for years. It ...
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Why Merrill Lynch Is Telling Equity Investors to Lighten Up and Take Some Profits

The bull market is now well over eight years old. Some investors have grown worried that no major policy changes have come out of Washington, D.C., since President Trump took office. ...
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Why One Analyst Sees Blue Apron Shareholders Losing Another 75% in Value

The days after the initial public offering of Blue Apron Holdings Inc. (NYSE: APRN) have been painful ones for those investors who believe in the company's future. In fact, Blue ...
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More Risk for Intel, More Opportunity for AMD (and NVIDIA)

Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) dominated the processor market for so long that it has been very hard for many in the investing community to understand and accept the resurgence of ...
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Merrill Lynch’s Top Thematic Chart Stocks to Buy for Q3 of 2017

There are multiple types of investors and traders out there. Some are conservative and some are aggressive. Some investors look for companies with great growth, strong earnings, great product cycles ...
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