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  1. Risks and Rewards of Biotech Companies

    We look at the risks and rewards of investing in biotech companies.
  2. FireEye Shows Evidence That Profits Are Possible

    "Once you're public, Wall Street wants to see earnings," FireEye (NASDAQ: FEYE) CEO David DeWalt told The Wall Street Journal in an interview in February. Of course, as FireEye investors know, the company has yet to report a profit. Indeed, during the company's fourth quarter, FireEye lost $105.7 million.
  3. When Will Celgene's Key Patents Expire?

    Drug developers like CelgeneĀ (NASDAQ: CELG) are constantly innovating new medicine to offset the risk of sliding sales tied to expiring patents and that means investors should always be paying attention to when patents are set to end on key, top-selling therapies, such as Celgene's Revlimid.
  4. Why Do Investors Want Intel to Get Bigger?

    For decades, Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) has been a colossus in the semiconductor world, with a dominant position in the chips that have made personal computers run nearly since their invention. Yet in recent years, as the PC has given way to the technological advances of the mobile revolution, Intel has proven to be slow out of the gate in adapting its business model to capture its fair share of the mobile-device chip market.
  5. Micron Technology: Big Bargain or Value Trap?

    Value investors are trained to look for stocks that appear to be trading at discounts to prevailing market conditions, and among tech stocks, chipmaker Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU) has certainly attracted attention from bargain seekers. With trailing earnings of more than $3 per share over the past 12 months, Micron's current stock price equates to an earnings multiple of just nine, even as those following the stock expect reasonably strong earnings growth over the next year or two.
  6. Apple iOS

    Apple iOS stands for Apple iPhone Operating System. iOS is currently the operating system for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and is the software which allows the features of the device to work.

Most Active Stocks by Volume

AAPL APPLE INC $124.25 40,579,518
MU MICRON TECHNOLOGY INC $27.13 39,268,539
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP $40.72 36,860,454
MYL MYLAN NV $57.94 35,152,485
INTC INTEL CORP $30.81 31,530,166

Largest Companies By Market Cap

AAPL APPLE INC $124.25 40,579,518
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP $40.72 36,860,454
GOOG GOOGLE INC $542.56 1,957,608
FB FACEBOOK INC $81.67 22,048,050
AMZN AMAZON.COM INC $370.26 2,458,045

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