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Monday Winners: Amylin, Orexigen and PolyMet Minerals

Among the biggest winners in Monday's early trading are Amylin (Nasdaq: AMLN), Orexigen (Nasdaq: OREX) and PolyMet Minerals (AMEX: PLM).

by David Sterman | June 28, 2010
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Monday Losers: Cellcom Israel, Sinovac and Microvision

Among the biggest losers in Monday's early trading are Cellcom Israel (NYSE: CEL), Sinovac (NYSE: SVA) and Microvision (Nasdaq: MVIS).

by David Sterman | June 28, 2010
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The Best Ideas of the Week

A weekly review of the top three trading ideas from this week’s winners and losers.

by David Sterman | June 25, 2010
The Best Luxury Name to Own for a Recovery

The last companies to expand in a recession are the luxury item sellers, but now could be the perfect time to buy. This global brand luxury brand is expanding, but its stock still sells at a discount.

by Frederick M. Steier | June 25, 2010
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Friday Losers: Research in Motion, Aerovironment and BP

Among the biggest losers in Friday's early trading are Research in Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM), Aerovironment (Nasdaq: AVAV) and BP (NYSE: BP).

by David Sterman | June 25, 2010
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Friday Winners: Oracle, Accenture and MannKind

Among the biggest winners in Friday's early trading are Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL), Accenture (NYSE: ACN) and MannKind(Nasdaq: MNKD).

by David Sterman | June 25, 2010
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A Growing Rift about Profit Estimates for 2011

Top-down and bottom-up market analysts have two very different views for profits.

by David Sterman | June 24, 2010
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Thursday Winners: Discover Financial and Hasbro

Among the biggest winners in Thursday's early trading are Hasbro (NYSE: HAS) and Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS).

by David Sterman | June 24, 2010
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Thursday Losers: Bed, Bath & Beyond, Nike and Sotheby's

Among the biggest losers in Thursday's early trading are Bed, Bath & Beyond (Nasdaq: BBBY), Nike (NYSE: NKE) and Sotheby’s (NYSE: BID).

by David Sterman | June 24, 2010
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Use These Little-Known Securities to Hedge Downside Risk

These hybrid securities offer more downside protection than stocks during market downturns, but contain much of the upside that comes with bull markets. Here is a brief overview of their key features, as well as two appealing opportunities.

by Ryan Fuhrmann | June 23, 2010