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Several European and Asian companies have listed their shares on the NYSE and NASDAQ over the years. Some companies instead prefer listing their ADRs. In either case, these companies have to meet with the stringent listing requirements in the U.S. With the implementation of the Sarbanes Oxley Act more than…
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Small caps can be notoriously unstable, but it’s pretty unusual to see a company with over $10 billion in revenue have their stock move violently up and down. It takes a major force to knock a large cap around. And we found with these six stocks, there was usually a pretty major reason why they've taken their investors on a wild ride. American International Group, Inc. (AIG) This sould come as no surprise. This $66.2 billion market cap insurance company was the central proponent/casualty/largesse recipient of the Great Recession. Possibly no company on the planet has gone through the wringer…
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Founded by Charles Dow in 1896, the Dow Jones Industrial Average follows the price performance of 30 large, publically traded American companies. Since its creation, the Dow has served as one of the world’s most acknowledged financial indices, and is commonly displayed on the front page of newspapers and financial…
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Over the past few weeks, investors have become acutely sensitive to Central Bank policy and stocks are feeling the effects, with the S&P 500 and the Dow both over 5 percent off of all-time highs reached in May. In such a climate, there are some options available to investors looking…
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As new technologies emerge and consumer preferences change, companies must keep up with the times or face the demise of bankruptcy. The following three companies simply haven’t been able to keep up with changing market conditions and could no longer exist within the next few years. Whether their fates turn…
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With dozens of significant deals announced over the last few months, the merger and acquisition front is hot right now. However, with large companies looking for new sources of growth and many takeover targets valued attractively, M&A’s could get even hotter. Keep in mind that while these potential deals could…
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On Sept. 21, 2012, Apple’s (AAPL) stock hit an all-time high of $705.07 per share during trading. On Wednesday, almost a full six months later, the stock dropped below $400 during trading-the first time it has been in that territory since December of 2011-before rebounding slightly to close down 5.50…
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Blue chip stocks are generally known for being safe investments. A blue chip company has typically been around for years, long enough that it is a household name. It has a market cap in the billions, and its stock price increases, or decreases, at a more gradual pace than growth…
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Shares for Lufkin Industries (LUFK) soared in Monday trading as it was announced that the company would be purchased by General Electric (GE) for $3.3 billion, as part of GE’s increasing appetite for strategic presence in the oil market. Lufkin is a manufacturer and supplier of products for energy infrastructure…
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Though not a national holiday, it could be that April Fool’s day has a longer and more interesting history than most traditional celebrations. It is believed that April Fool’s day is a descendant of the world’s oldest prank-playing tradition, which comes to us from the Iranian plateau (more or less…
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The first quarter of 2013 has been an eventful one to say the least. Both the Dow and the S&P 500 have broken records in the last two weeks. On March 28, and after weeks of inching its way toward the goal line, the S&P finally broke through its October…
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Back in April of 2010, the viewing experience of March Madness was forever changed when the NCAA and CBS (CBS) in tandem with Turner Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Time Warner Cable (TCW), signed a 14-year deal worth $10.8 billion to broadcast the extremely popular men’s basketball tournament. The previous deal…
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