The recent sell-off could be a chance to pick up a few quality operators.
Look to this pair of underperformers to make a potential positive shift in the new year.
Apple shares fell earlier to below $500 after a Citigroup downgrade.
Qualcomm eyes the future of wireless communication, Coinstar takes on Netflix, while FedEx, Bed Bath & Beyond, and FactSet are set to report earnings.
Many investors are avoiding buying into companies they think could get hit, and that's creating some big potential bargains.
Shares of these companies are overbought or seeing heavy insider selling.
Apple, Netflix, the Yankees: Rocco Pendola pulls out all the stops for his prognostications for the new year.
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Do it once a year. This allows the best-performing asset classes to take off and run.
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