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Comedienne Judy Gold is currently in 2nd place in "Trading With The Stars." And "hello"--as she likes to say, she's just not satisfied to be there. CNBC's Michelle Cabruso-Cabrera interviewed Judy on "Morning Call." Judy is the celeb trading on the show's first hour. She gave her take...
Okay--here's our current celebrity standings as of the market close on Thursday, 3/15. Overall their approach is still a lot more conservative than the majority of our non-celeb leaders - more stable companies and purchases spread across multiple stocks, and it might end up being a race to see who can lose the least. But that's probably to be expected....
As we told you, Judy Gold is in 2nd place for "Trading With The Stars." Here's how it was noted on "Morning Call." She's the celeb picker for the show's first hour (see the "mixed emotions" reaction from anchor Mark Haines). Judy's portfolio is valued at $1,004,280.
ConocoPhillips Chief Executive Jim Mulva said on Wednesday the company expects long-term production growth of more than 3%.
Time to check in on our Trading With The Stars celebs and see where they stand. Overall their approach is a lot more conservative than the majority of our non-celeb leaders - more stable companies and purchases spread across multiple stocks, and it might end up being a race to see who can lose the least.
So where's comedienne and Emmy winner Judy Gold spending her dollars in "Trading With The Stars?" She's the celeb stock picker for the first hour of "Morning Call." You may remember in an earlier post, she said she liked gold--and not just because it was her last name. So--here's her portfolio after one day.
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Judy Gold is an Emmy-winning comedienne and hosts HBO's "At the Multiplex with Judy Gold". She's also the celeb on the first hour of "Morning Call" for our Trading With The Stars portion of our portfolio challenge. She says she's out to win it all.
Venezuela, which is pressing ahead quickly with a sweeping raft of nationalizations, has said it is seeking at least 60 percent of the projects that develop the tarry crude from the Caribbean country's east.
Over the last 42 years, he's navigated bull and bear markets, building the best investment track record of all time. And amid this week's market turmoil, the Oracle of Omaha released some words of wisdom. He's buying stocks! Want to know which ones? CNBC's Dylan Ratigan found out where one of the richest men in the world is putting his money.
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Stocks closed higher as comments from a Fed governor added to positive sentiment, building on gains from merger activity and Wal-Mart's better than expected profits. A drop in oil prices sent buyers into consumer stocks and other sectors that benefit from falling energy prices.
Wild fluctuations in energy stocks have deterred investors recently. But analysts say the sector is still a good bet.
Stocks finished lower as new worries about the mortgage lending market depressed financial shares and a late surge in oil prices drove energy stocks higher. "Crude rallied 4% in 10 minutes and it just turned energy stocks on a dime," said Michael Driscoll, Senior Managing Director in Equity Trading at Bear Stearns.
A sharp rise in crude oil prices failed to deter investors on Tuesday as they nibbled at stocks ahead of the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates, set for release tomorrow afternoon.
It was a record day for stocks as every sector finished the day in positive territory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at an all -time high while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 were boosted by strength in tech shares. The S&P 500 finshed the day at a new six-year high.
Venezuelan President Huge Chavez announced his intent this month to nationalize his country’s vast oil sector (as well as the nation's largest phone company and utilities). His statements made headlines across the globe, sending the Venezuelan stock exchange down 19% in a single day.
ConocoPhillips said fourth-quarter profits fell 13%, hurt by impairment charges and weather-related transportation delays in Alaska that hurt its production.