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  1. Can Intuit Get Back Into Wall Street's Good Graces?

  2. Strong Volume Gainers, Can It Continue?

  3. Look Towards Small-Caps For Big Dividends

  4. After A Big Recovery Rally, It's Up To Renew Blue For Best Buy

  5. Home Depot Continues To Rack Up Impressive Numbers

  6. General Motors Hits $33: Where To From Here?

  7. A Good Deal For Actavis, But Warner Chilcott Goes A Little Cheap

  8. Elan Continues To Make Baffling Strategic Decision

  9. Strategically-Challenged Websense Gets A Fair Deal

  10. Campbell Soup Shows That Shoppers More Price-Sensitive Than Investors

  11. Yahoo! Adds Tumblr, But Is This Another Underpants Gnome Deal?

  12. Wal-Mart Uses Rigorous Cost Control To Offset Weaker Sales

  13. Fear Of Cisco Leads The Market To Abandon Aruba Networks

  14. How Much Further Can Value Carry Autodesk?

  15. Should Investors Hang Around For More From Applied Materials?

  16. The Time To Buy Italy Is Now

  17. Brocade's Uncertain New Direction

  18. Flowers Foods Beats On Revenue and Earnings--Should You Buy?

  19. Kohl's Could Work For A Trade, But It's In A Brutal Business

  20. Tesla's Worth More Than Fiat--Time To Sell?

  21. Agilent Isn't Making It Easy On Investors

  22. Alliant Techsystems Looks To Guns For Growth

  23. Danaher Proves Even The Nimble Can Stumble

  24. Roper A Little Short On Growth, But A Proven Builder Of Value

  25. ABB Performing Well, But A Big Change Is Coming

  26. It Should Be Up From Here For Eaton

  27. Middleby Keeps Sticking To A Successful Recipe

  28. Trip Advisor Continues Its Buying Binge

  29. ArcelorMittal Looks Like A Good House In A Really Tough Neighborhood

  30. Little Left To Dendreon But The Hope Trade

  31. Nvidia Still Too Cheap, And Still Very Controversial

  32. Adasuve Deal Is Very Good For Alexza, But What About Teva?

  33. Overheated Expectations Send Rackspace Investors To The Torture Chamber

  34. Is Microsoft Hitting Up Barnes & Noble For Some Nook(ie)?

  35. Another Negative Fish Oil Study Adds To Amarin's Marketing Challenges

  36. Better Margins Are Nice, But Are Green Mountain Investors Too Excited About The Starbucks ...

  37. After The Hurricane, Is It Safe To Visit Aruba Networks?

  38. Mondelez Isn't As Good As Nestle, But Priced Like It Is

  39. Buying The Upward Trend Channel Bounce

  40. Disney Does It Again

  41. Amgen Chased By The Bubble

  42. Whole Foods Back On Pace

  43. Johnson Controls Has A Lot Of Improving Left To Do

  44. For Casino Stocks- Macau Is Still Where It’s At

  45. Broadcom Has To Play Offense And Defense

  46. Sysco's Reputation Seems More Durable Than Its Growth

  47. Ingersoll-Rand Improving, But Are Investors Already Too Optimistic?

  48. Mobile Mini Earnings Double: Is It Time To Buy?

  49. BMC Software Shows Again That Getting Full Value Is Tough Without Growth

  50. Beam's North American Business Beams Brightly

  51. Zions Bancorp Will Likely Find It Harder From Here

  52. Simpler Looks Better For First Horizon

  53. Check Point Software Could Be A Second-Half Rebounder

  54. In A Growth-Starved Sector, Becton Dickinson Rules

  55. Market Summary for May 3 2013

  56. Finding Bond-Like Income With Utilities

  57. Specific Stocks "Hammering" Out a Bottom

  58. Are These 3 Retailers Ready To Go Private?

  59. Get Ready For The Wearable Technology Revolution

  60. Starbucks: A Premium Worth Paying

  61. Alcatel-Lucent Looking At A Long Road, But Not Starting From Scratch

  62. Starbucks' Special Model Is Valuable, But Maybe Not This Valuable

  63. Good Profitability And Relative Valuation Make Chevron Interesting

  64. Lumber Liquidators-A Stock Without A Ceiling?

  65. Sub-Saharan Africa Beckons

  66. Slower Growth And Better Margins Probably Won't Help Amazon

  67. 3M Ends Up In The Same Industrial Tar Pit As Everybody Else

  68. Exxon Mobil Profits And Growth Fail To Impress

  69. Want Income? MLP ETFs Still Offer Value

  70. Coach Winning In China

  71. Investors Can't Seem To Get Enough Of Hershey

  72. Are Market Factors Pushing Qualcomm Into The Penalty Box?

  73. Given Procter & Gamble's Performance, Should The Weak Volumes Matter More?

  74. Absent Macro Shocks, Cash And Expenses Will Drive Boeing

  75. Waiting For A Triangle Breakout

  76. Valmont's First Quarter: Profit From Its Growth

  77. Texas Instruments Not Quite In The Clear Yet

  78. Kimberly-Clark Looks Way Too Expensive For What It Is

  79. April 19 2013 Market Summary

  80. Is Controversy About Robot-Assisted Surgery Showing In Intuitive Surgical's Numbers?

  81. IBM Makes It Official – Tech Has Some Troubles

  82. Weak PC Growth And Slow Mobile Penetration Weighing On Microsoft

  83. Stick With “Bond-Like Stocks”

  84. Thermo Steps Up And Seals A Deal For Life Technologies

  85. Fairway Group Gets The Green

  86. Nokia Still Straddling Fault Lines

  87. Broad Weakness Makes It Harder To Like St. Jude Today

  88. Three Ways To Short Gold

  89. The “Healthy” Play In Contract Research Organizations

  90. Strategy for Trading High Flying Healthcare Stocks

  91. Intel – A Bond's Downside And A Stock's Upside?

  92. Joh. A Benckiser Looks To Corner The Coffee Market

  93. Sinclair Broadcast Buying Binge Continues

  94. Comerica Looks Like A Slow-Coiling Spring

  95. On Track With Volumes And Margins, Coca-Cola Refreshes

  96. Russian Stocks Are Cheap- But They Won’t Stay That Way

  97. Citigroup Looking More Like A Normal Big Bank These Days

  98. Core Growth At Wells Fargo Is Weak, But The Multiple Doesn't Look Demanding

  99. April 12 2013 Market Summary

  100. Bank Of The Ozarks Continues To Build Value

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