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5 Software Stocks Expected to Outperform in Q2

After starting out the year absolutely on fire, the software segment did slow down as volatility, valuations and just plain profit-taking ate into some of the huge early gains. The ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: ADT, CBOE, Celgene, JPMorgan, 3M, NetApp, Total, Tyson Foods, Weatherford and More

Monday's markets closed sharply higher after a recovery rally was seen on Friday, but Tuesday's opening bell was indicated to be weak for stocks. The bull market is just a ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Biogen, Equifax, Foot Locker, GE, NVIDIA, Rio Tinto, Roku and More

Stocks have hit new highs and the Dow Jones Industrial Average went well above 23,000 by 300 points last week. Stocks were also indicated to open higher on Monday. The ...
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Baird Has 5 Top Software Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2017

While most of the eyes that watch the technology sector have been on the semiconductors, as the group has posted a huge year, the top software companies also have had ...
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5 Software Companies That Could Be Acquired If Tax Reform Happens

Needless to say, massive tax reform is way overdue in this country, but the chances of anything major happening this year are slim to none. There is, however, a reasonable ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Chesapeake Energy, Lululemon, Oracle, US Steel, Disney, YogaWorks and More

Stocks were indicated to open lower on Monday, but investors know that the major stock indexes remain close to all-time highs. The primary trend that has prevailed for five or ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, Bluebird Bio, Dunkin’ Brands, Hartford Financial, ITT, Tyson Foods and Many More

Stocks were indicated to open lower on Tuesday morning, a day after a 0.1% sell-off after last week's all-time highs. The bull market is now over eight years old, and ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Akamai, Alexion, Altria, Chipotle, MEI Pharma, Netflix, PayPal and More

Stocks were indicated to open higher again on Thursday, and the S&P is indicated to be above 2,400 and the Dow is to be above 21,000. The bull market is ...
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Why Credit Suisse Just Went Mega-Bullish on Cisco, With 3 Buyout Targets

Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) is one of the top technology companies in the world. The company is a Dow Jones Industrial Average component and is one of the top ...
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Massive Energy and Tech Trades Highlight Insider Selling: Kosmos Energy, Facebook, Netflix, NVIDIA and More

After a historic trading week, which ended on Friday with the inauguration of Donald Trump, investors are ready to focus on the rest of the month, earnings and the prospects ...
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4 Red-Hot Software Stocks to Buy Before Q4 Earnings Reports

The first week of the new earnings season is out of the way, and the big week is coming up, albeit shortened due to the Martin Luther King holiday. One ...
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RBC Has 5 Top Large Cap Software Picks for 2017

With the election now official, many investors are looking to 2017, and if it is anywhere close to this year, another double-digit gain could be in order. With many managers underweight ...
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Massive Technology Trades Highlight Inside Selling: Facebook, Google, ServiceNow, Salesforce, Workday and More

While much of the insider activity has been restrained this week, some big-time players in the technology world took advantage of open windows to sell and unloaded stocks at a ...
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Merrill Lynch’s 5 Top Tech Server and Software Picks for the Rest of 2016

While the recent upheaval in the markets could last into next week and up through the Federal Reserve meeting, one thing remains pretty clear. Even if rates are raised now ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Abbott Labs, Amex, Apple, Citrix, ConocoPhillips, Kinder Morgan, Qualcomm, ServiceNow, Tesla and More

Stocks were looking for direction on Thursday, but the market is effectively at the 2016 highs. Investors have clearly reverted back to the trend of buying pullbacks that prevailed from ...
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