AIG is upgraded to 'buy,' and Nvidia is downgraded to 'perform.'
Despite being the world's most valuable company, some analysts believe the stock stands to lose much of its value in the next few years.
The latest version of the iMac went on sale Friday, and it appears Apple may be moving some manufacturing of the device to the United States.
Combine computing with manufacturing and you get 'making.' Add robotics and you have what could prove to be the next great merger of technologies.
The stock tanks even as it seeks to explore ways to improve prospects.
Research in Motion is upgraded to 'hold,' and Intel is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Even with the prospect of dividend taxes going up, my sense is that income-generating stocks will remain in favor going forward.
Despite the early retirement of its CEO, growth and income investors should stay with this stock.
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