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July, 2012 Archive
Shares aren't drastically overpriced and investors don't harbor wild, unrealistic expectations of future profit.
Groupon shares hit new lows this week before rebounding. But they do not warrant a buy amid potentially new accounting concerns, manager Barry Randall says.
Bad is good, good is bad. That's how markets are reading the latest headlines out of the U.S. and Europe, as stimulus expectations intensify.
Activist hedge fund manager Dan Loeb just bought another 2.5 million Yahoo shares this week. Should CEO Marissa Mayer buy shares next?
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OK, Facebook's Q2 report was more or less a bust. But the earnings call provided insight about the potentially bright future for its mobile ads business.
When the last medal is handed out and the tourist throngs depart from Heathrow, will the London regional economy really be better off? Probably not.
These drastic drops in European stocks are warranted given the economic conditions, but the brunt of the selling is over.
Zynga has more than $2 a share in cash and is trading near $3. Yet it might not be seen as a value if it starts spending that cash on deals to spur growth.
Mario Draghi's comments are lifting risk-on markets globally, helping to stem the risk of a death cross for the S&P 500.