While the daily technical studies are still in correction mode, longer-term patterns suggest that the current market decline will provide good buying opportunities.
It's no surprise that some of these firms don't pay dividends, but one once-hated company is poised to restart its payouts.
Lennar is upgraded to 'outperform,' and Boston Beer is upgraded to 'neutral.'
As the stock market reaches new highs, Goldman Sachs sees more gains ahead. Fueling the market: An improving economy, growing dividends and low interest rates.
Unlike biotechs, many of these companies are pouring money into share buybacks -- instead of their long-term pipelines.
Biogen is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Potash is initiated with a 'buy.'
Bigger doesn't always mean better when it comes to exchange-traded funds.
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