Monthly Archives: January 2017

Top 5 Blue Chip Stocks To Watch For 2017

American Express (AXP) has jumped 9% today after reporting better-than-expected earnings, and since it’s a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, you’d expect the blue-chip benchmark to be soaring. You’d be wrong, thanks toTravelers Companies (TRV), which has tumbled 5.2% after reporting earnings of its own.

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Nokia Is Playing With Fire With Its Patent Infringement Case Against Apple

Yesterday the talk of the town was that Nokia (NYSE:NOK) sued Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) in the U.S. and Europe for patent infringement (NOK’s PR release here).

However, what went totally unnoticed (in fact every major news organization missed it) was that 24 hours before NOK’s lawsuit, Apple filed an antitrust case against Acacia (NASDAQ:ACTG) and other PAEs (patent assertion....More>>>

Under Armour: Opportunity With The Confusing Ticker Changes

Despite a big rally, Under Armour (NYSE:UA)(NYSE:UAA) is back below key support. The recent corporate action has done very little to change the business climate that is impacting the stock.

Now the investment question is probably more perplexing than the last research opinion. In fact, the recent shift in stock tickers likely confused the general investment community at a time when tax-loss....More>>>

Hot Low Price Stocks To Own For 2017

Raymond James analyst Christopher Raymond and team sayAbbVie (ABBV) is “not your father’s biotech company” as they initiate coverage with an Outperform rating:

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Initiating coverage of ABBV shares with an Outperform rating and an $82 price target as we think uncertainty over Humira’s intellectual property (IP) creates....More>>>

Caring about your job is in your financial interest

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Youre supposed to care about the success of your employer.

No, I didnt just leave an underwhelming experience with a disgruntled retail worker. And Im not just some middle-aged man griping about a high....More>>>