They are becoming the hot shares to own as the quarter winds down, for both trading and investing. A couple of drillers are particularly solid.
CEO Gary Friedman has the time, inclination, vision, smarts and cash to pull off a revolution in retail.
How else can you explain why warring segments can both go up at once?
These mistakes are creating the worst energy policy that the myopic environmentalists and short-sighted industry executives can buy.
They have their own momentum and their own set of rules. If you want to lose money in them, go right ahead.
This game can and will go on and on as other 'American' companies become buyout candidates because of the ridiculous US corporate tax code.
As techs begin to see the much-needed return of enterprise spending, Mideast violence threatens to leave them sputtering.
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