Smart phones running on Google's operating system continue to gain momentum in the US market.
Not all technology funds are the same. Some hold small caps, while others buy abroad.
The company was written off not once but twice in 2 years. Now its time in purgatory is over, and it's approaching the breakout level.
The lastest picks include funds in health care, precious metals and oil.
As the beverage giant reports an increase in earnings, this may be the time to grab its shares.
Researching your picks and making an informed play off the news will give you a competitive advantage. Just look at Allergan.
Exchange-traded funds that track cell phone companies and wireless service providers may offer some more excitement.
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The offering could become the second-biggest this year if underwriters exercise an option to buy more shares.
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