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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BP, Netflix, Otonomy, Salesforce.com, Total, Verifone and More

Stocks were lower on Friday after some concerns that April consumer prices might allow the Federal Reserve to justify rate hikes. Still, the major stock indexes are barely off of all-time highs. 403 more words

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In the land of the consumer, Wal-mart is still king

Slow and steady wins the race. And while WMT has recently fallen out of favor with investors fearful the company may be losing its grip on America’s wallet-share for the first time, well, ever, the market may have just awoken a sleeping behemoth. 407 more words

5 Standout Analyst Upgrades From Monday With Big Upside

With the S&P 500 hitting all-times again, 24/7 Wall St. is looking for value stocks and overlooked stories for its readers. It has been proven for almost four years now that investors will buy up literally every single pullback in the market. 502 more words

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Very High-Profile Insider Selling Marks Roller-Coaster Market Week

As we had expected, as the first-quarter earnings reporting season drew to a close, the blacked out insiders at U.S. companies were able to make some transactions. 584 more words

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Can Netflix Break Into China?

China is the next big thing, and it has been for almost the past 20 years. As the country is transitioning from solely a manufacturing economy to a consumer economy, there are stark changes and new opportunities to market to its consumers. 375 more words

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4 Stocks That Will Win as Over-the-Top-Content Takes Over the Future

While at first blush OTT sounds like a condition where kids cannot sit still, it actually refers to over-the-top-content; that is, the delivery of audio, video, and other media over the Internet without the involvement of a multiple-system in the control or distribution of the content. 861 more words

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Investing Is Easy (kinda)

At it’s core, when you strip away all the jargon and complexities of first or second order thinking, investing is simply a case of: buying ownership in a profitable and/or growing business. 861 more words

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