Eugene Bukoveczky


Stock Analysis

  1. India's Outsourcing Star Still Shines

    The tech spending rebound is helping Infoysys boost its outlook.
  2. Foreign Investors Tap Into U.S. Shale Gas Play

    One of China's leading oil companies takes a major stake in a U.S. shale gas field. ...
  3. No Zing In Bling

    Jewelry retailers are still challenged by the ongoing weakness in jewelry demand. ...
  4. Growing Competition Dims Furniture Makers' Future

    Weak demand and growing competition will increasingly dampen U.S. furniture makers' ...
  5. Is Nokia Back On Track?

    Nokia looks poised to recapture the lead in the smartphone market.
  6. Canadian Royalty Trusts Offer Relative Safety And High Income

    Generous dividend yields should limit the downside for this group.
  7. Smartphone Wars: Revenge Of The Droids

    Can Motorola's Google-equipped smartphone take on the industry leaders?
  8. Underwear Sales Indicate Economy Is Still Growing

    When it comes to the economy, it's what's on the inside that counts.
  9. Shipping Stocks Hit Rough Seas

    The Chinese economic slowdown prompts a slump in shipping shares.
  10. Broadband Providers Face More Regulation

    The FCC wants to regulate broadband service, which is bad news for the cable and ...
  11. Green Energy's Siren Call

    So far, investing in America's clean energy future has been a loosing proposition. ...
  12. Biotech Bargains

    High-growth biotech stocks are now priced like value plays.
  13. Major Aluminum Producers Positioned To Profit

    The Chinese appear to have put a floor under aluminum prices.
  14. Stock Up On Storage REITs

    These defensive niche stocks look oversold.
  15. Brewing Up Profits

    Niche plays offer potential in an otherwise flat beer market.
  16. Buffett Rides The Rails

    Railways look to be on track for further gains in the upcoming year.
  17. Investors Hang Up On Qualcomm

    Shares nosedive on a weaker-than-expected outlook for Qualcomm.
  18. Progressive's Winning Ad Campaign

    Auto insurer Progressive appears to be winning market share with its catchy TV ad ...
  19. Mergers A Sign Of Change In Energy Sector

    Power companies are hedging against the risks of a carbon tax through mergers and ...
  20. Power Producers Lack Spark

    Weak electricity demand and excess generation capacity should dampen this sector's ...
  21. High-Yield Stocks Vulnerable To Dividend Tax Increase

    The tax rate on dividends could double for high bracket investors. That's could sink ...
  22. Iron Ore Miners Flex Their New Pricing Muscles

    A new pricing regime in the iron ore market should benefit producers.
  23. Oil Sands Pumping Again

    After slumping last year, activity in the oil sands is heating up again.
  24. Legal Win A Game Changer For TiVo

    With a solid win now in hand in its lawsuits against Dish and EchoStar, things may ...
  25. Shale Gas Producers Up On Positive Revaluation

    Despite the great North American gas glut, shale gas producers continue to thrive. ...
  26. Life Insurers Fail To Make The Grade

    Earnings misses have dampened hopes for any near-term price gains in this space. ...
  27. Prescriptions For Profit

    Though maybe not in the short-term, drug stores look poised for a turnaround.
  28. Rising Commercial Loan Problems Threaten Regional Banks

    Whatever happens in the commercial real estate market, current signs suggest that ...
  29. Cloudy Days Ahead For Solar Stocks

    Solar panel prices have further to fall, and that's not good news for the solar industry. ...
  30. Pickens' Bullish Natural Gas Call Makes Sense

    When T. Boone Pickens is bullish, investors listen. The former corporate raider is ...
  31. Natural Gas: A Bad Year, But Ready To Rebound

    A massive supply glut and slumping demand turned natural gas into one of the worst ...
  32. A Turbulent Year For Airlines

    A slump in corporate travel kept the airlines grounded for much of 2009, but by year ...
  33. Weak Sales Outlook Hits Gunmakers

    Shares tumble as gunmakers lower sales guidance.
  34. Dubai: Unsafe At Any Speed

    Dubai's troubles underscore the high-risk nature of real estate development.
  35. New Tricks For Intuit

    Intuit looks to the web to regain its growth momentum.
  36. Palm Takeover A Longshort

    Overpriced and under-represented in its market, Palm has limited appeal to any potential ...
  37. Garmin Gets Googled

    Google's offer of free Sat Nav on its mobile phones will kill what remains of Garmin's ...
  38. Buying England By The Pound

    In the forex market, it's time to take advantage of the the cheap pound.
  39. Schwab's Current Troubles Mask A Bright Future

    Schwab's fee-based strategy continues to produce short-term pain for the company, ...
  40. Time To Shift To Quality

    These big-cap quality names appear value priced. But is this the right time to buy ...
  41. Hard Road Still Ahead For Automakers

    Auto sales are likely to disappoint for years to come.
  42. Rough Seas Ahead For Shipping Stocks

    Signs of a slowdown in Chinese commodity demand could scupper the bulk shipping companies. ...
  43. This DVR Pioneer's Fight May Soon Be Obsolete

    TiVo's endless legal fight over DVR patent rights looks increasingly like yesterday's ...
  44. La-Z-Boy Ahead Of The Curve

    Streamlining operations to cut costs has helped La-Z-Boy report two back-to-back ...
  45. Cramer's Four Horsemen Still In The Saddle

    Cramer's "must have" tech stock picks should continue to outperform.
  46. Garmin Navigates To Smaller Loss

    While short-term prospects have improved, Garmin's longer-term prospects remain unclear. ...
  47. Viruses, Spyware And Botnets - Oh My!

    Despite rising threat levels, IT managers have cut spending on security software. ...
  48. DIY Investment Trend To Benefit Discount Brokers

    The recent financial crisis has convinced many investors to try managing their own ...
  49. On Track For Recovery

    Canadian rail carriers look to be building steam for a strong second half.
  50. 5 Solid BRIC Stocks

    BRIC markets are predicted to outperform of the rest of 2009. Here's some solid names ...
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