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Analysis Topic: Companies Analysis

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Companies

Saturday, November 01, 2014

Will Utilities Continue to Drive Market Performance? / Companies / US Utilities

By: Investment_U

David Becker writes: Surprisingly, the rebound in stock prices at the end of October has been driven by the defensive sectors. The utility sector has been the best performer, notching up gains of nearly 6% during the first 21 trading days of October. The question for investors is: Can utilities continue to lead the broader markets higher in the last two months of 2014?

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Companies

Saturday, November 01, 2014

What if the Next Big Thing Is Already Here? / Companies / Investing 2014

By: Investment_U

Andrew Gordon writes: Here are some really easy questions...

Are driverless cars the "next best thing"?

Is the new iWatch, expected to come out early next year, the "next best thing"?

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Companies

Saturday, November 01, 2014

Petrobas Plunge - A Timeless Lesson on Investing With the Government / Companies / Investing 2014

By: DailyWealth

Brian Hunt writes: Sometime in the past decade, Americans who should know better embraced a horrible investment idea...

If you've ever bought a stock because an investment guru told you it was "state owned" and backed by the government, chances are good you fell for a common mistake... And chances are good you lost money on the deal.

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Companies

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Bank of America's Mortgage Headaches / Companies / Banking Stocks

By: Bloomberg

Bank of America Chairman Brian Moynihan spoke with Bloomberg Television anchor Erik Schatzker today, where he said that legal costs stemming from defective mortgages are largely behind it. Moynihan said, "If you look at the different components of liability and the amount of settlements, whether it's the RMBS cases, yes, it's behind us...Embedded in that is often the question, OK, that's over, now you can go concentrate on running the company. The answer is, we were running the company" all along.

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Companies

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

A Medical Breakthrough Creating Stock Profits / Companies / Healthcare Sector

By: Money_Morning

Michael A. Robinson writes: When Minghao, a 12-year old Chinese boy, was playing soccer earlier this year, the seemingly healthy player had no idea he was on the cusp of devastating news.

During the game, he headed the ball; it was a simple maneuver regularly seen throughout any match. The next day Minghao (a pseudonym) woke up stiff, sore, and with a severe aching in his neck.

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Companies

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The Worst Advice Wall Street Ever Gave / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Money_Morning

Michael A. Robinson writes: On Oct. 15, I told you that the best time to cash out of the market is… never.

And just four days later, The Wall Street Journal ran an investing column that came to the same basic conclusion.

Citing an “enormous body of academic research,” the Journal concluded investors should always have some money in stocks.

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Companies

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Stock Investors Don't Be Fooled: IBM Is in Big Trouble / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Money_Morning

Warren Buffett famously said at the height of the financial crisis that you only know who's been swimming naked when the tide goes out.

Unfortunately for him and his shareholders at Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.A, BRK.B), it appears that one of the Sage of Omaha's biggest holdings, International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM), has been skinny dipping for a long time.

Some astute observers such as Stanley Druckenmiller, Doug Kass, and Fred Hickey, the editor of The High-Tech Strategist, have been warning for months that IBM's business and balance sheet were deteriorating.

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Companies

Monday, October 27, 2014

Could Tesco Go Bust? How to Save Tesco from Debt Bankruptcy Risk / Companies / Corporate News

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Unbeknown to most of Tesco's remaining customers as they continue their weekly shops at its well stocked mega-stores across Britain is that Tesco is not just at the edge of a cliff but has actually fallen off it and is in a state of free fall. So whilst customers may soon start to look forward to splurging on their Christmas shopping which undoubtedly will buy the likes of Tesco time during a period when the stock price could hit bottom and bounce. However, as experienced investors well understand that which is termed a 'dead cat bounce', as literally even a cat thrown off a cliff will eventually hit bottom and bounce and so that will likely be the experience for Tesco investors over the coming months as they mistakenly assume a rallying stock price is a sign of recovery.

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Companies

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Central Bank Intervention or Real Economic Growth? / Companies / Investing 2014

By: Money_Morning

Michael E. Lewitt writes: That was quick!

Shrugging aside concerns that a week ago sent markets reeling to near correction territory, all major indices bounced back strongly this week and made it seem as though the October 15 panic never happened….

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Companies

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Christmas In October – Desperate Measures / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: James_Quinn

The desperation of retailers grows by the day. I head to Wal-Mart and Giant in Harleysville every Sunday morning at 7:00 am. to do my weekly grocery shopping. I go to Wal-Mart at opening to avoid the freaks we see weekly on the People of Wal-Mart post. The workers at Wal-Mart are only a small step above the customers. They can barely communicate, rarely look you in the eye, and generally act like they are prisoners in an asylum.

I’m in winter/bad times ahead prep mode. I had a load of fire wood delivered yesterday which I wheelbarrowed to the back yard and stacked with my already decent sized stack. Last week I took an empty propane canister back to Wal-Mart to replace it with a full canister. That would give me three full propane tanks. I left the empty tank outside next to the propane cage and went in to pay. The old lady cashier with the gravelly smoker voice told me she would call for someone to get me a new tank.

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Companies

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Get Ready for “Stupid Cheap” Stock Prices / Companies / Investing 2014

By: Money_Morning

Michael A. Robinson: “This is huge. It’s ka-boom!”

That was my then-boss calling me from Wall Street. At the time, I was an analyst in the Financial District in San Francisco.

It was Oct. 19, 1987 – Black Monday – and the stock market had just crashed.

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Companies

Saturday, October 25, 2014

The Trend Every Nation on Earth Is Pouring Money Into / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: Money_Morning

Keith Fitz-Gerald writes: When we began our time together here at Total Wealth, I promised you a deep look at each of the primary trillion-dollar trends. I told you that every dime made in the markets for the next 10 years would be on this list of trends.

We jumped right in with Technology and our Human Augmentation target – the most inspirational tech company I’ve ever visited.

Today, I want to keep that promise and focus in on our second unstoppable global trend.

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Companies

Friday, October 24, 2014

Natus Medical Justifies Recent Run With Record Q3 Results / Companies / BioTech

By: Submissions

Nicholas Maithya writes: Natus Medical (NASDAQ:BABY) is up more than 125% over the last twelve months and based on recent results, that run seems fully justified with room left for more. The stock closed at $33.51 on Thursday 23, up 2.16% for the day following its impressive results released on the previous day.

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Companies

Friday, October 24, 2014

Tesco Meltdown Debt Default Risk Could Trigger a Financial Crisis in Early 2015 / Companies / Corporate News

By: Nadeem_Walayat

The mainstream press is finally waking up the the catastrophe that is taking place at Britain's largest Supermarket that for well over a year has been in a state of collapse, whilst the mainstream press in large part swallowed Tesco's bogus financial numbers as its management in a complete state of denial 'of this cannot be happening' first bent and then broke umpteen accounting rules so as to hide the true state of the supermarket giant's financial picture, one of effectively fast disappearing down a financial black hole as a consequence of the fundamental factor that Tesco just CANNOT compete against the discount retailers such as Aldi and Lidl towards which Tesco has been exponentially haemorrhaging customers to the point where last week I wrote that it its customers had effectively vanished that risked the unthinkable that Tesco may not even make it to the end of the current financial year (March 2015).

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Companies

Friday, October 24, 2014

The 10th Man: The Financial Engineering Market / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: John_Mauldin

Jared Dillian writes: IBM went down hard on its quarterly earnings report this week. This made a splash in the news because, well, it’s IBM, and also Warren Buffett owns it, so it was a rare moment of human fallibility for him. But there is a lot more to the story than that. Very sophisticated people have been keeping an eye on IBM for some time.

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Companies

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Fear of Ebola Creating Weakness in U.S. Stocks? / Companies / Ebola

By: DailyGainsLetter

George Leong writes: The fear of Ebola has caused pressure towards the U.S. stock markets, particularly in the travel sector and aviation stocks. The concern is real, and if it is allowed to grow in the United States, Asia, or Europe, we could see a significant decline in travel demand that could impact the next few quarters, as my stock analysis would suggest.

The impact on the aviation space has been evident already, as we have seen travel-related stocks come off their tops; albeit, much of this also has to do with the current stock market risk, based on my stock analysis.

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Companies

Thursday, October 23, 2014

How to Profit from Massive Spin-Offs with Just One Play / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Money_Morning

Michael A. Robinson writes: I love corporate spin-offs – and you should, too.

With spin-offs, companies unlock hidden values in their operations and pass them on to shareholders – offering low risks and high probabilities of market-beating profits.

And the past month or so has produced a bonanza.

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Companies

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Japan Gives a Hug to the Cell Therapy Biotech Industry / Companies / BioTech

By: TLSReport

Last year, Japan rolled out the red carpet for cell therapy developers with new legislation designed to expedite development of regenerative medicine solutions for all manner of disease. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, former regenerative medicine consultant R. Lee Buckler, now a vice president with RepliCel Life Sciences Inc., puts his consultant's hat back on to talk about Japan's hospitable stance on proposed cell therapies. He provides an update on the meaning of the new law and discusses a small cohort of companies poised to reap the advantages.

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Companies

Thursday, October 23, 2014

40% of Eurozone Banks Are in Trouble / Companies / Credit Crisis 2014

By: Raul_I_Meijer

Reuters has had a busy day today reporting on Europe’s banks and the stress tests the European Banking Authority is set to unveil on Sunday. And which put the EU and ECB on a see-saw like balancing act between credibility and panic.

The news bureau started off in the early morning citing a report by Spanish news agency Efe, which said 11 banks would fail the tests:

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Companies

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Follow the Baby Boom to Biotech Stock Profits / Companies / BioTech

By: TLSReport

In recent years, entrepreneurial therapists have comprised the fast-growing sector in outpatient physical therapy. But companies like Agility Health are beginning to seize acquisition opportunities and market share in this growing sector. Steven Davidson, CEO of Agility Health Inc., tells The Life Sciences Report how his company is innovating in the physical therapy space, improving patient care and clients' bottom lines through its management expertise and proprietary software, AgileRPM. With baby boomers aging and the Affordable Care Act increasing access to services, physical therapy just might be the safe haven sector to shield your portfolio from macroeconomic uncertainty.

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