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Investors love stocks that consistently beat the Street without getting ahead of their fundamentals and risking a meltdown. The best stocks offer sustainable market-beating gains, with robust and improving financial metrics that support strong price growth. Does Home Depot fit the bill? Let’s look at what its recent results tell us about its potential for future gains…
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July 15 (Bloomberg) — There are more than 950
exchange-traded products awaiting approval from the Securities
and Exchange Commission. Bloomberg analyst Eric Balchunas takes
a look at two that are unique. Bloomberg Radio’s Catherine
Cowdery reports on Exchange Traded Funds.
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I love James Bond flicks, preferably from the Sean Connery era. "Goldfinger" is one of my favorites. I am often reminded by the classic scene in which a captive James Bond is seconds away from being charred by a laser.
James Bond: "Do you expect me to talk?"
Goldfinger: "No, Mr…
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Don’t look now, but the U.S. economy is actually getting healthy! And that’s great news for the rail industry.
While economic growth is still well below peak (or even average) levels, there is no denying that key metrics are gradually showing improvement. As the broad economic recovery gradually picks up, railroad companies are poised to benefit…
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With retail banks’ second-quarter earnings reports freshly out of the way, Wall Street is now prepped for investment banks Goldman Sachs (GS) and Morgan Stanley (MS) to announce in the next few days.
Expect big beats from these guys, too.
On Monday, Citigroup (C) reported strong quarterly earnings, beating estimates on both revenue and profits…
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EmergDoc wrote:Use it or lose it.I wonder if the data is skewed by the fact that folks with dementia can’t work.Interesting question; we need to know more about the study and I expect later news reports will have it. Also, the AP story will be continually updated as outside comment is available. Here’s one in some editions of the story:"Heather Snyder, director of medical and scientific operations for the Alzheimer’s Association, said the study results don’t mean everyone needs to delay retirement…
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