Performance in the first month of the year generally offers a pretty good indication about what's to come.
These data points suggest that investors use caution.
These stocks could make sharp moves in the next few days, meaning well-timed action can reap big rewards.
Shares of the electronics retailer are crashing hard. Should this be the wake-up call that sends investors scrambling?
Some of the worst performers of 2012 turned into market stars last year. Could we expect more of the same?
Shoppers aren't visiting stores to test products before buying them online. But there's another problem.
Best Buy and Hewlett-Packard's shares had huge turnaround years in 2013. Here are a couple companies that could have similar jumps in 2014.
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