Investors who avoid this misunderstood conglomerate might miss out on rising dividends and profits as the economy rebounds.
New products and consumer demand have made technology companies major players.
High overhead and struggling local governments fuel a wave of mergers, paring down an industry with too many players.
Shares of Bank of America, Citigroup and other major financials are too cheap to pass up.
The move in this group of stocks reveals the truth: Residential real estate has hit bottom and is on its way higher.
If history is any indicator, this morning's slump will follow through with mild losses. Accept the decline, buy the dips and follow the usual suspects for signs of an intraday turnaround.
Take advantage of the lull, because the metal has yet to peak.
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