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The Nasdaq is on pace for the biggest two-month gain since 2002. This technology laden index is also the only major index in positive territory year-to-date and was hugely responsible for leading the end 2000-2002 bear market. Why is tech suddenly so exciting? And how should you play it?
Bailouts, bonuses and bad business behavior all combined to erode the overall reputation of corporate America to its worst standing in 10 years, according to a new survey by Harris Interactive.
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Investors have got to "look beyond the biggest names in the markets," said Jordan Kimmel at the Magnet Investment Group.
The good news about this quarter’s technology earnings: it appears that conditions have reached a bottom and investors have better near-term visibility. The bad news: that near-term outlook isn’t so great.
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“If you think the market is going to go up, then chances are tech is going to go up quite nicely as well,” Richard Windsor, global technology specialist at Nomura, told CNBC.
Alan Gayle plans to ride the technology bandwagon back to prosperity. "I know tech has a reputation for being a highly volatile sector, and very speculative, but they have the strong balance sheets, they have the good cash flow, they have a very resilient business model," RidgeWorth Capital Management's senior investment strategist told CNBC.
It never works, Cramer says. And the action in stocks over the past two days just proved it. Plus, the stocks that took us higher.
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Next week you could nearly drown in data, considering the flood of earnings reports that are coming. But don’t panic, our traders will keep you afloat.
Stocks had their ups and downs through the week, coming back from a long weekend and taking a triple-digit plunge on Monday, selling off more sharply on Tuesday, then regaining lost ground later in the week.
Stocks closed higher despite some selling in the final half hour of trading, giving the market its sixth straight weekly gain and its longest weekly winning streak since 2007.
Stocks rose on Friday, capping the S&P 500's longest weekly winning streak since 2007, helped by better than expected results from GE and Citigroup.
The US markets rally for the 6th straight week as fears about a devastating first-quarter earnings period diminish slightly and investors find increasing hope that the US economy may be stabilizing.
Plus, a look at the positive effect that Washington has had on the banks.
Stocks got a quick pop Friday from a rebound in consumer sentiment to its highest level since September. But the bounce quickly slowed t o a dribble as earnings worries nagged at the market.
By mid-session Friday shares of Morgan Stanely were charging higher, with investors betting that this firm, could wow the Street when they report earnings, next week.