Five Takeaways From J.P. Morgan’s Settlements

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J.P. Morgan was slapped Thursday with $920 million in fines and consent orders from its regulators in the U.S. and U.K. over the London Whale trading debacle.

— WSJ Money Beat

19Sep

Solar Stocks Will Continue to Outperform But Remain Volatile

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The market is starting to notice that solar investing has been extremely profitable in 2013.

— Alt Energy Stocks

19Sep

Complex upside trade in Starbucks

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Starbucks has been going straight up, and one investor is using a complex strategy to get long.

— Option Monster

19Sep

Clouds Parting for Adobe?

By , September 18th, 2013 | Market News | 0 Comments

A company that misses consensus forecasts on sales, earnings and forward guidance can normally expect investors to pummel its share price.

— Investing Daily

18Sep

What to Do With Yahoo’s 80% Gain

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For over a year now former Google all-star Marissa Mayer has been at the helm of Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) and has managed to steer the ship in …

— Money Morning

18Sep

Natural Gas Prices Drifting Lower

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Natural Gas futures prices have been drifting lower for the last twenty four hours after the sudden move higher into a new trading range

— CMEGroup

18Sep

Three Real Reasons We Should Care About Today’s Fed Meeting

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Here comes the Fed! We’re mere hours away from receiving a decision on the most overhyped debate in recent memory: “To taper or not to taper…”

— Wall Street Daily

18Sep

Summers Bows Out; Stocks Like The Decision

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On Sunday Lawrence Summers sent a letter to President Obama telling him he would like to have his name removed from the list of possible candidates to replace …

— Todd Horwitz

17Sep

BRICs: Where Party’s Over and Hangover Starts

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Emerging markets are under pressure. This column argues that this is not a mere headwind but that the BRICs’ party is over.

— Econ Matters

17Sep

Electric Utilities: Extinct Within a Decade?

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Today, technology is putting landline telephones on the road to extinction. Ten years ago, nearly every house in the U.S. had a landline phone. Today, 51.7% of Americans …

— Investment U

17Sep
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