The Dow fell 185 points as the autumn swoon continues. Partly, the slide was due to worries that President Obama and Congress can't cut a deal to fix the fiscal cliff. But other factors were at play.
The data company's product cycles and growth capabilities are strong.
The market's tumble Wednesday following the president's reelection offers a fresh and real chance to ride the bull market.
This year many cash-rich companies have been repurchasing their own shares ahead of the possible end of the Bush-era tax cuts.
Financial markets slowly begin to recover after a historic 2-day closure.
Several headwinds are staring the industrial average straight in the face.
The stock's steep fall on unspectacular, disappointing quarterly results make IBM more undervalued.
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