The semiconductor sector has sprung back to life during this rally, and one stock in particular is still worth buying aggressively.
A couple of slow-moving telecoms are finally hitting 52-week highs. With dividends that rival those of utility companies, they are still worth buying.
The protagonist of one of Wall Street's greatest stories -- the do-it-yourself stock picker -- has been disappearing and may never come back.
While there will always be a place for desktop computers, powerful handheld devices are pushing the entire notebook category into long-term decline.
Despite being a cleaner fuel than oil or coal, it has few supporters in Washington, making it a risky investment.
Graphic chip-maker Nvidia may not be a long-term winner, but it's just beginning a short-term climb.
In light of this startling September rally, analysts who forecasted doom should own up to their mistakes.
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