Internet IPOs last year reached highs not seen since the dot-com boom, but that still wasn't enough to make venture capitalists confident about 2012.
Stocks in the S&P 500 have been moving up and down with the broader index, making it hard for individual names to stand out.
It's become one of the hottest tech and investment trends around, but it's not too late to find upside.
Investors have been talking about dividends all year, and the blue-chip winners reflect that appetite for income.
Tuesday's dramatic share price plunge still doesn’t turn the company’s stock into a blue light special, as many other retailers have shown.
Despite many challenges, Jamie Dimon's bank will be one of the winners on the new Wall Street.
A surge in buyback activity should help boost earnings per share just as more economic headwinds are expected.
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