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StockScouter, MSN Money's stock-picking tool, can help investors find companies capable of outperforming the broader market in the weeks ahead.
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You can put five money managers, or stock analysts at a table, and none of them will pick the same stocks, and rarely hold the same viewpoint on what to buy/sell. It's far more intelligent to read the financial magazines, and the Wall Street Journal, then go out and make an informed judgement on your own. Eliminate the middle man. All they're doing is taking your cash, and leaving you with all the risk. Be informed, and don't read this crap, thinking it will tell you anything. Make a choice, stick with it, and don't bail just because it goes south for a few weeks.
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[BRIEFING.COM] The major averages punctuated a solid week with a subdued Friday session. The S&P 500 shed 0.2% to narrow its weekly gain to 1.7%, while the Nasdaq Composite (+0.1%) displayed relative strength. The tech-heavy index finished the week in line with the benchmark average.
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