The hedge fund giant, who has seen big gains and big losses in recent years, has been selling financials and consumer cyclicals and buying real estate and energy.
Wall Street has misunderstood the mining company's acquisition of two energy producers, says one expert.
Adding to concerns over the eurozone, Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti decides to resign.
This is one stupid and value-destroying idea. Sell the stock and split the proceeds between Southern Copper or Buenaventura and First Quantum.
Starbucks is upgraded to 'outperform,' and Crocs is initiated with an 'outperform.'
Stocks are mixed as the financials lead the Dow higher and Apple weighs on the Nasdaq.
The market overreacts to the takeover announcement and leaves the mining giant looking like a bargain.
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