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Originally Posted at Investing Daily
With Research in Motion (NDSQ: RIMM) taking the name of its marquee product, the BlackBerry, in an attempt to revamp its image and revive is waning fortunes, you’d be right to think smartphones are a …Read more →
Our friends in Europe love a good party.
But who can blame them? Especially since they just endured a rotten couple years filled with near-meltdown conditions.
I’ve stumbled onto countless concerns about the speed with which domestic markets lifted off …Read more →
Originally Posted at Street Authority
While the S&P 500 and Dow have rallied to five-year highs, the technology sector has lagged, and is currently sitting about 4% below the fall peak. The PowerShares QQQ Trust (Nasdaq: QQQ), anexchange-traded fund (ETF) …Read more →
Originally Posted at Wall Street Daily
Break out the bubbly, because it’s Friday in the Wall Street Daily Nation!
For the newbies in the group, once a week I embrace the adage that a picture is worth a thousand words. …Read more →
American are getting older but looking younger. According to recent data at the United States Census, persons over 55 years old now make up 25% of the population. According to an article published by Stony Brook University School of Medicine, …Read more →
By StockBee (Original Link)
Stock markets have different kind of winners. Some stocks can make big move in 5 days and after that end up all the gains. Similarly some move only for a month. But there are some special …Read more →
By Louis Basenese (Wall Street Daily | Original Link)
In yesterday’s column, I explained how traditional venture capital (VC) investors have become apathetic. They’re not plowing capital into private VC funds with enthusiasm anymore.
We can blame the high fees, …Read more →
By David Sterman (StreetAuthority | Original Link)
At the end of World War II, G.Is. had a little time to linger in Europe before heading home, so they embarked on the all-American pastime: shopping.
The U.S. dollar was so strong, …Read more →