If results are surprising, a bullish outlook on these stocks will pay off.
Tech may be spoiling the party, but old standbys like insurers, banks, retail and oil are holding up nicely.
Before the launch of Windows 8 and the Surface tablet on Friday, a Barclays analyst feels the company must find a new cash cow.
Another crash is inevitable, and it'll likely be because of high-frequency trading, not Fed policy.
Stock moves after companies beat or miss estimates provide opportunities for aggressive investors.
Stocks are mixed as news of surging US housing starts partially offsets disappointing earnings from 2 of tech's biggest names.
Citigroup is upgraded to 'outperform,' and Apollo Group is downgraded to 'neutral.'
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