A number of factors came together to produce the recent rally. What's next? Let's see what China holds now that the Lunar New Year is behind us.
Monday's session was frightening in its narrowness and its lack of opportunity. Anyone eager to start buying expensive stocks with decent dividends again?
Apparently because it had little substance to begin with.
The purchase signals that the company thinks its stock is cheap. If you don't like it, you shouldn't be along for the ride anyway.
The former is a local version of Google, and it is paying off huge. It might even have too much business to handle.
While the current level of fear about this stock is unwarranted, it's not a good thing that so many shareholders already own iPhones.
Cloudy numbers on housing, consumer spending and auto sales make this rough patch hard to navigate.
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These financials have thrived during a time of weak loan growth, decreased mortgage production revenues and the end of the Fed's QE program.
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