Asian equity markets rose on Monday following a strong lead from Wall Street on Friday while investors shrugged off weak economic data from Japan.
*On October 11, 2012, Richard J. Poulton resigned as chief financial officer of AAR Corp- SEC filing. *Michael J. Sharp will assume the duties of chief financial officer on an interim basis. *Source text:* Further company coverage.
*Dundee raises San Gold target price to C $2.20 from C $2; rating buy. *Dundee raises Goldcorp Inc target price to C $55 from C $48; rating buy. *Dundee raises Eldorado Gold Corp target price to C $16 from C $15;.
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The actors have been doing pretty well lately in Trading With The Stars, but the non-acting celebs are making a move--including Johnny Bench (so, his picture gets posted). Jonathan Tucker still holds first place on modest gains in Washington Grp and Starwood Hotels. Stephen Collins takes back 2nd place on gains in Emergency Medical Services up 10.13% Thursday. But poker champ Chris Moneymaker moves from 8th to 5th on a 2.73% gain in Gigamedia..
The first four celebs remain the same in Trading With The Stars--and all actors. Actor Jonathan Tucker maintains his vice grip on first place with gains in Starwood Hotels and Washington Grp. Actor James Cromwell holds onto second place, as fellow actors Stephen Collins remains in 3rd and Ernie Hudson in 4th. Meanwhile--another actor--Willie Garson muscles his way from 9th to 5th on an all-in trade on ACME Packet up 4.05% on Wednesday. Wow--either actors are great stock pickers are they're ALL getting great advice. That leaves a financial guru, comedienne, champion poker player, political guru and Hall of Famer--in that order.
Guest blogger Jeff Mishlove is back with a post. He's called it "All That Glitters Is Not Gold." Let's get right to it: Recently, I saw a cartoon where a man and woman had discovered a big, black pot at the end of a rainbow. But, when they looked inside for the gold, instead they discovered that it was full of baked beans. I suspect that many speculators...
Dear Valued Player: In the rules for the Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge it is stated that any stocks with a market cap below $500,000,000 after the market close on 3/2/07 would not be eligible for trading in the contest. Because of an error in processing, ten companies were considered eligible for the contest despite being slightly below this market cap floor.