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Monday Losers: California Pizza Kitchen, Ralcorp and BP

Among the biggest losers in Monday's early trading are California Pizza Kitchen (Nasdaq: CPKI), Ralcorp (NYSE: RAH) and BP (NYSE: BP).

by David Sterman | June 21, 2010
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Buy this Miner for a Potential +37.7% Profit

If there has ever been a time to be in gold, this looks to be one of them.

by Mike Turner | June 21, 2010
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Monday Winners: Century Aluminum, United Micro and Perfect World

Among the biggest winners in Monday's early trading are Century Aluminum (Nasdaq: CENX), United Micro (NYSE: UMC) and Perfect World (Nasdaq: PWRD).

by David Sterman | June 21, 2010
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Friday Losers: Wimm-Bill-Dann Foods and HCP

Among the biggest losers in Friday's early trading are Wimm-Bill-Dann Foods (NYSE: WBD) and HCP (NYSE: HCP).

by Amy Calistri | June 18, 2010
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Friday Winners: Covanta, SMART Modular Technologies and Walgreens

Among the biggest winners in early Friday trading are Covanta (NYSE: CVA), SMART Modular Technologies (Nasdaq: SMOD) and Walgreens (NYSE: WAG).

by Amy Calistri | June 18, 2010
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Grocers Won't See Green for Long

Get ready for another brutal price war in this industry.

by David Sterman | June 17, 2010
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Potential Rewards for Patient Investors in a Beaten-down Sector

As this industry gets going, investors should return in force.

by David Sterman | June 17, 2010
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Thursday Losers: Actuant, Gammon Gold and DryShips

Among the biggest losers in Thursday's early trading are Actuant (NYSE: ATU), Gammon Gold (NYSE: GRS) and DryShips (Nasdaq: DRYS).

by David Sterman | June 17, 2010
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Thursday Winners: Neurocrine Biosciences, Pier One and Winnebago

Among the biggest winners in Thursday's early trading are Neurocrine Biosciences, (Nasdaq: NBIX), Pier One (NYSE: PIR) and Winnebago (NYSE: WGO).

by David Sterman | June 17, 2010
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A Software Titan Looks to Get Hip Once Again

Perception is everything in the technology and entertainment products business. This has proven to be a negative for this slow-moving giant in the past decade, but it looks like things are changing.

by David Sterman | June 16, 2010