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Ten CEOs with the Largest Stock Option Grants: $230 Million In Compensation

The following are the ten CEOs who received the largest stock option grants in 2009. Together, they enjoyed gains which totaled $230 million based on their value at the end ...
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This Month’s Biggest Index Losers: Home Furnishing Retailers, Homebuilders, and Surety and Title Insurance StocksGeothermal, Brazil, And Chinese Travel Stocks

Heavy losses were sustained in three Tickerspy indexes over the last 30-day period. This month’s biggest index losers are in home furnishing retailers, homebuilders, and surety and title insurance stocks. Home ...
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This Month’s Biggest Index Losers: Surety and Title Insurance, Homebuilders, and Movie Production and Theater Stocks

There were strong losses in three Tickerspy indexes over the most recent 30-day period. This month's biggest fallers are in surety and title insurance stocks, homebuilder stocks, and movie production ...
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This Month’s Biggest Index Gainers: Recreational Vehicles, Homebuilders, and Vehicle Rental Stocks

There were strong gains in three Tickerspy indexes over the most recent 30-day period. This month’s biggest gainers are in recreational vehicles, homebuilders, and vehicle rental stocks. Homebuilder stocks are up 19.3% in the past ...
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Looking for Next Homebuilder Merger? (DHI, TOL, NVR, MDC, LEN, KBH, RYL, MTH, HOV, MHO, SPF, XHB, ITB, PKB)

We won't bother telling you about the homebuilder merger this morning, because we already covered it once.  But in a down and out sector, you will see that traders are ...
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Early Bird Analyst Upgrades & Downgrades (SPF, FPL)

So far there are very few analyst calls seen, but that may be the norm for this week.  Here are today's early bird analyst callls:Standard Pacific (SPF) Raised to Buy ...
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Standard Pacific (SPF): Housing Has Hit Bottom

The case for housing and home building stocks may be this simple. When smart money comes into the industry, the bottom should be near. Unless smart money has an idiot ...
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Standard Pacific Looking To Raise Capital (SPF, XHB)

Standard Pacific Corp. (NYSE: SPF) is doing something some might not expect out of a homebuilder.  It filed to raise up to $600 million by issuing securities and debt to ...
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Many Homebuilders Up 100% From Lows (MTH, PHM, LEN, WCI, SPF, HOV, XHB)

Everyone knew homebuilders would turn one day and when they turned it would be fast and in a flurry of buying volume.  Much of this may attributed to short covering, ...
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The 52-Week Low Club

Quebecor (IQW) Printing company announces refinancing and get downgrades. Falls to $3.03 from $14.79 high. Virgin Mobile Usa (VM) Wider loss that expected. Falls to $8.07 from 52-week high of ...
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The 52-Week Low Club

Novastar Finl Inc (NFI) Poor earnings and possible delisting. Drops to $1.72 from 52-week high of $127.20.Standard Pacific  (SPF) Home builder. Down to $3.66 from 52-week high of $30.52.Fannie Mae ...
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The 52-Week Low Club

Dominos Pizza (DPZ) Quarterly profits drop along with shares. Down to $14.22 from 52-week high of $35.67.Standard Pacific (SPF) Home builder on a day with more bad news about housing ...
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The 52-Week Low Club, Toyota (TM)

Toyota (TM) Hard to believe. Must be the UAW settlement. Drops $107.70 from 52-week high of $138.Nautilus (NLS) Fitness company cuts jobs. Down to $6.74 from 52-week high of $18.63.Standard ...
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Will One Of The Home Builders Go Bankrupt? (DHI)(HOV)(BZH)(PHM)

The housing situation in the US may be getting bad enough so that one or more of the major home builders could face Chapter 11, especially if the downturn goes ...
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Pre-Market Analyst Calls (October 4, 2007)

AAPL started as Buy at BMO Capital.AVR cut to Neutral at JPMorgan.BIOF cut to Neutral at JPMorgan.CHIC cut to Neutral at JPMorgan.CIEN raised to Neutral at UBS.COO cut to Underperform ...
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