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Priceline's stock is the highest it's been since 1998, but analyst Chad Bartley thinks the online travel booking company can go even higher.
Callaway Golf incoming CEO Chip Brewer told CNBC the maker of golf clubs and clothing shed its Top-Flite golf ball business to focus on its two core brands, Calloway and Odyssey.
Stock markets rise and fall but investors with a long-term view will make money, real estate investor Tom Barrack of Colony Capital told CNBC Wednesday. It also doesn't hurt to be a contrarian investor, added Marc Utay of Clarion Capital.
Nike unveiled 32 redesigned professional uniforms as part of its five-year partnership with the National Football League Tuesday, and wearing what the pros wear won't be cheap.
As construction goes, so will go the steel industry, Wells Fargo analyst Sam Dubinsky told CNBC Tuesday.
Online daily-deal site Groupon's "addressable market" might not be as big as advertised, and that's why Stifel Nicolaus downgraded its stock to "sell" from "hold."
Iah Hague of Firebird Management is bullish about emerging markets in the second quarter, and while his company is invested in Russia and China, his favorite stock is the Bank of Georgia.
Gold gets all the headlines, but platinum is a better bet to put precious metals in your portfolio, Patrick Armstrong of Armstrong Investment Managers told CNBC.
Banks are in the best financial shape they've been in three decades, and Dick Bove said he will continue to recommend buying bank shares in the second quarter.
Robert W. Baird senior research analyst David George told CNBC he downgraded Bank of America because he is concerned the bank won't maintain strong earnings after it finishes divesting assets to maintain capital requirements.
Dennis Gartman got out of gold last week, but he's back thanks to an inadvertent push by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Lions Gate Entertainment is more than just "The Hunger Games" — it's four films based on the three books of the teen dystopian saga, Piper Jaffray analyst James Marsh told CNBC Monday.
Stronger fixed income, currencies and commodities trading will help major U.S. banks overcome weakness in equities, but things will not be as good as the boom years of the past.
When FedEx reports earnings and holds its conference call Thursday, Jefferies analyst Peter Nesvold will be waiting to hear how fuel costs affected the bottom line.
Goldman chief economist Jan Hatzius tells us, “my own view is that QE3 is more likely than not. I think we will get another round of easing.”
Goldman Sachs chief economist Jan Hatzius still thinks the Federal Reserve will initiate another round of quantitative easing this year, but has lowered the odds from more than 50 percent, he told CNBC Tuesday.
After Apple sold 3 million new iPads in only 3 days, traders again wondered how high Apple will trade. If Shawn Wu of Sterne Agee is right, there's still a lot of upside.
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