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This Day in MV History: Stocks



These articles were published on on 26th April in History. Checkout how time flies, enjoy reading!

Food Stocks Aren't Always Bread and Butter Investments

on Apr 26, 2010 7:40 am by Howard L. Simons

Ralph Waldo Emerson famously said, "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds," or so I remember from a high school English class where we had to sit in a circle and I drew, by sheer chance I am sure, the best view across the way. I never did figure out what a Transcendentalist was or why someone with the middle name of Waldo (where is he now?) actually would use it, but s... Read More

Goldman, Gold, and the Dollar's Influence

on Apr 26, 2010 8:00 am by Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA

When gold declined last Friday I wasn't caught by surprise. Based on my technical analysis, I gave a heads up two weeks ago when I said that gold was ready for a decline before resuming its upward climb. But sometimes news can rattle the market, which is what happened Friday when gold hit an air pocket and dove $25 in a few minutes to move very close to (or slightly below) the levels mentione... Read More

US Housing Data Spurs Late Gains in Oil After Mixed Week

on Apr 26, 2010 8:10 am by Darrell Delamaide of

Editor's Note: This article was written by Darrell Delamaide for, which offers free information and analysis on Energy and Commodities.After languishing most of the week, crude oil prices galloped to the finish line on Friday, tacking on 1.7% and recouping most of last week's losses as positive new-housing sale data spurred most markets forward.The decision by the Greek go... Read More

Cash Is King for Large Tech Companies

on Apr 26, 2010 8:20 am by Matt Theal

As the economy emerges from the worst recession since the 1930s, the largest technology companies have a quarter of a trillion dollars of cash on their balance sheets. According to the Financial Times, the 10 largest tech companies -- Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Google (GOOG), Cisco (CSCO), and Oracle (ORCL), to name a few -- have added more than $65 billion to their balance sheets, a nearly 4... Read More

Bank Failure Friday Strikes Again

on Apr 26, 2010 8:50 am by Richard Suttmeier - The Street

Editor's Note: This article was written by Richard Suttmeier, chief market strategist at, which is a fundamentally-based quant research firm in Princeton, New Jersey, that covers more than 5,000 stocks every day.Bank Failure FridaySeven banks in the state of Illinois were closed by the FDIC on Friday, and one was publicly traded and on the ValuEngine List of Problem Banks. Sure, com... Read More

Upgrades and Downgrades: Staying With Starwood Hotels

on Apr 26, 2010 8:35 am by Justin Sharon

The Dow logged its longest weekly winning streak in over six years and Nasdaq is now up eight straight as earnings and economic data continue to come in ahead of expectations. As Mark Twain, who really did leave us a century ago last Wednesday, might have put it reports of the Nifty Fifty's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Your father's high fliers roared back on Friday as Xerox (... Read More

Nokia Continues to Get Its Clock Cleaned

on Apr 26, 2010 9:10 am by Bob Faulkner

Since reporting last Thursday morning, Nokia's (NOK) stock has managed to lose 15% of its value, and rightly so. The frustration of Nokia investors is palpable with every stride they take to skate to where the puck is as opposed to where it's going.There are two fundamental problems this company faces. The first is the fact that average selling prices are taking a pounding even outside... Read More

Market Close to Several Low Risk Trading Signals

on Apr 26, 2010 9:00 am by Chris Vermeulen

Weekend Gold, Silver, Natural Gas, Oil, and S&P 500 ReportLast week the market slowly recovered from the recent sell off in stocks and commodities. So far the market is unfolding as we expected and with any luck there will be a surge of low-risk setups across the market in the near future. Take a look at the charts below.Gold (GLD)GLD/Gold is trading at a key pivot point. This week there will... Read More

Two International ETFs Worth a Look

on Apr 26, 2010 9:20 am by Kevin Grewal

Editor's Note: This article was written by Kevin Grewal, editor of the global economy continues to show signs of strength and the middle class of developing nations continues to emerge, nations rich in natural resources and energy production are likely to shine. Two such nations are Canada and Australia.Canada has drawn much attention due to its surplus in energy resources. In fa... Read More

Reviewing Trade Activity in Four Sectors

on Apr 26, 2010 9:50 am by Scott Redler

Editor's Note: See more from Scott Redler at rally has been impressive, and the sector rotation has been awesome for traders. Breakouts are finally working! Bad news is being absorbed! With all that said, don't fall asleep at the wheel.My major resistance zone has always been 1220-1230. I don't pull these zones out of a hat; 1225 is the 200-day weekly EMA resistance area. Nex... Read More

IPO Week Offers Little Opportunity

on Apr 26, 2010 9:30 am by Bill Simpson

Last week, with eight deals pricing, was the busiest IPO week since the fall of 2007. But it was a very average group overall, which the pricing and initial aftermarket performance reinforced.IPO Fallacy: "It is all about the initial pop and the only way to make money is getting the deal and flipping on open."Wrong, wrong wrong. Yes, that was the case a decade ago, when the market was fr... Read More

Will Guess Surprise to the Upside Again?

on Apr 26, 2010 10:20 am by Glenn Curtis

Is it Monday already? The weekend just goes too fast. Asian stocks came out of the gate pretty strong. The Hang Seng and the Nikkei finished up 1.61% and 2.63%, respectively. European stocks were in positive territory early this morning, too. And here in the US, we're currently trading higher.Here's what I'm seeing this morning:Guess (GES): The apparel company landed a nice write... Read More

Time to Bet on 'Flation

on Apr 26, 2010 11:00 am by Jeff Saut

Editor's Note: The following article was written by Raymond James Chief Investment Strategist Jeff Saut. Herb Stein was chairman of President Nixon's Council of Economic Advisors between 1972 and 1974. It was a depressing time with inflation rising and an attendant ascent in interest rates. Given his position, Stein was at the center of the economic maelstrom and consequently had to repeated... Read More

Why Research in Motion's Stock Is Floundering

on Apr 26, 2010 11:50 am by Michael Comeau

Research in Motion (RIMM) announced two new smartphones today, the Bold 9650 and Pearl 3G, both of which are basically minor updates of previous models. The lack of imagination put into these phones gives me a lot of confidence that I made the right move by dumping my position in Research in Motion.CEO Jim Balsillie recently said, "If you saw the roadmap, you'd be blown away," but we now... Read More

What to Expect From Dendreon's Provenge

on Apr 26, 2010 12:30 pm by Lisa LaMotta

Get ready for Dendreon (DNDN) to take a major leap (or potential slump) this week as the FDA decision concerning its prostate cancer vaccine Provenge rapidly approaches. Provenge's PDUFA is set for May 1, but since that's a Saturday, it's likely that the FDA will come to a decision about the approval of the drug sometime this week. Investors should be at the ready -- any word fro... Read More

When Sony Kills Off Floppy Disks, What's Next to Go?

on Apr 26, 2010 2:30 pm by Mike Schuster

Better start getting used to moving 1.44MB of information some other way. Sony (SNE) has announced the imminent death of a near and dear friend to millions of computer users from decades past: the 3.5-inch floppy disk. Come next March, Sony -- the chief manufacturer of the disk -- will cease its run, but its limited memory will live on for ages. Anyone who's installed Windows 3.1 (MSFT), Adobe Pho... Read More

Is Email Killing Your Bathroom Experience?

on Apr 26, 2010 3:20 pm by Justin Rohrlich

The average American uses 57 sheets of toilet paper a day, about six times the global average. The average American also insists on ever-softer, ever more-absorbent premium toilet paper like Cottonelle from Kimberly-Clark (KMB), while, in many cases, maintaining a preference for TP made with recycled materials, too.And thus, the toilet paper industry finds itself at a crossroads -- a difficult sit... Read More

On Inflation and Money Illusion

on Apr 26, 2011 7:45 am by Howard L. Simons

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Give a man a dollar and he will buy stocks with it. This is not quite true, but in the investment sense, it is much truer than we like to think. All you have to do is ask the question which is easier, constructing new plant and equipment or buying its paper representation.Given this background, should it surprise anyone that risky financial assets of a... Read More

Despite "Divorce Rate Indicator", Stock Charts Worry Investors

on Apr 26, 2011 12:15 pm by Lloyd Khaner

The Wall of Worry is medium-high at 19 blocks, with investors feeling anxious about the risk of inflation, the "bummed out" housing market and national debt. Here's a run-down of all the issues facing world markets. For more on how to use Lloyd's Wall of Worry, see below. U.S. ECONOMY: Advanced capitalism knows no shame when it comes to economic indicators. Now a rising divorce rate is c... Read More

Chart Watch: Minyanville Buzz Charts

on Apr 26, 2011 7:30 am by Matt Theal

Below are some of the most-discussed charts on Minyanville's Buzz & Banter, presented without bias, claim, or injury. For in-depth commentary, analysis, and trading ideas in these stocks and much more, take a free two week trial to Buzz & Banter. Bank of America (BAC) Click to enlarge Silver ETF (SLV)Click to enlarge Acme Packet (APKT)Click to enlarge Gulfport Energy (GPOR)Click to enlarge Dell (D... Read More

Are Credit Card Companies Back On Investors' Radar?

on Apr 26, 2011 8:15 am by Serge Berger

Visa (V), American Express (AXP), and Mastercard (MA) have continually alerted me with juicy shorter-term chart patterns as of late, so I decided it's time to take a closer look at the fundamental side of things on credit card companies, and I found some good stuff.In the Mastercard example, credit volume is on the rise and international growth is a big part of their strategy; more than 60%... Read More

Dow Trades Around Monthly Pivot of 12,481

on Apr 26, 2011 8:30 am by Richard Suttmeier - The Street

The Dow Industrial Average reached its monthly pivot at 12,481, while the other major averages lag their monthly risky levels; 1360.0 S&P 500, 2898 NASDAQ, 2477 NASDAQ 100 (NDX), 5371 Dow Transports, 856.67 Russell 2000, and 452.34 SOX. These averages are also below their year to date highs; 1344.07 on February 18th for S&P 500, 2840.51 on February 18th for NASDAQ, 2403.52 on February 16th... Read More

Minyanville's T3 Morning Market Call: Market Continues to Bang Head on Resistance Into Fed Meeting

on Apr 26, 2011 8:50 am by

The Minyanville - T3Live Morning Market Call is brought to you by is an online financial media network and education platform that provides active traders and investors with market analysis, real-time access to strategies, and in-depth training from real traders, real-time©. Learn more.US stock futures point once again to a slightly higher open Tuesday, but remain bel... Read More

How to Trade Silver if a Bubble Forms

on Apr 26, 2011 9:30 am by Sam Kirtley

This essay will attempt to address the question of whether or not silver prices are in a bubble, or may be turning into a bubble and if so what trading strategies may be suited to the situation. It will hopefully provide another string to the readers bow in attempting to identify bubbles and being able to protect one's portfolio and even potentially profit from them. For the record, at my fi... Read More

Upgrades & Downgrades: Altria About To Go Up In Smoke?

on Apr 26, 2011 9:00 am by Justin Sharon

The Dow Average and S&P 500 Index snapped three day winning streaks amid increased concern over commodity inflation and, although Nasdaq rose, it came on the lightest volume of 2011. Even as one Floridian found an unwelcome alligator in her bathroom, restroom cleaning company Swisher Hygiene cried crocodile tears after its 10.40% tumble, with the Wall Street Journal implying it is still sittin... Read More

Bad Housing News Still Isn't That Bad

on Apr 26, 2011 10:30 am by Minyanville Staff

This column highlights the most interesting and useful business and financial commentary from around the Web each day. Feel free to send along your own suggestions for blog content that you've read or written.Free ExchangeLink: Bad Housing News Still Isn't That Bad"The latest Case-Shiller home price data, for the month of February, are now out, and headlines are sure to be gloomy. Year-on-yea... Read More

Welcome to the European Tea Party

on Apr 26, 2011 10:15 am by Matthew Mallon

Perhaps it was the long Easter weekend and the exceptionally sunny weather across most of the continent, which saw its cities empty out and beaches fill up, or perhaps it was unpleasant news about the United States' sovereign debt rating, but the eurozone saw an oddly placid week, despite the turmoil of recent events. At least on the surface.Spain, which had wobbled under market pressure in... Read More

Five Things You Need to Know: Are Recessions Good for Freedom?

on Apr 26, 2011 10:45 am by Kevin Depew

1. Are Recessions Good for Freedom? It's the right observation -- recessions often coincide with political change and calls for increased freedom -- but unfortunately the wrong conclusion. "The more well-to-do a nation, the greater the chances that it will sustain democracy," wrote American political sociologist Seymour Martin Lipset in 1959, crystallizing the idea, now a... Read More

Tablet Size and Climate Change

on Apr 26, 2011 1:00 pm by Anton Wahlman - The Street

No, I'm not talking that kind of climate change. What I am going to talk about is the impact of consumer preferences with respect to tablet size, based on where you live. The debate is whether consumers prefer tablet screens closer to 7 inches or 10 inches diagonally. Obviously Apple (AAPL) continues to dominate with a 4:3 aspect ratio tablet close to the high end of that range, whereas Samsung a... Read More

Trading Lessons: Buying Into Extreme Market Conditions

on Apr 26, 2011 12:45 pm by Erik Swarts

"Cut your losses quickly."As a trader, you hear it as often as, "Have a nice day." The problem with these axioms is that they are generalizations towards a discipline that in many cases is antithetical to stereotypes. I wholeheartedly agree, it is prudent advice to follow in a typical continuation or trading range environment. However, when it comes to extreme market behavior,... Read More

Minyanville's T3 Midday Market Snapshot: S&P Hits Multi-Year Highs, Reverse Head and Shoulders Pattern Triggers

on Apr 26, 2011 1:00 pm by

The Minyanville - T3Live Midday Market Snapshot is brought to you by is an online financial media network and education platform that provides active traders and investors with market analysis, real-time access to strategies, and in-depth training from real traders, real-time©. Learn more.The market didn't wait for resolution from the two-day Fed meeting to blast of... Read More

Vertex Rises on Hope for Hepatitis C Drug

on Apr 26, 2011 1:15 pm by Brett Chase

Vertex Pharmaceuticals' (VRTX) shares are rising after Food and Drug Administration staff said the company's hepatitis C drug, telaprevir, appears to be effective in treating the chronic, liver-destroying virus. "The FDA review team's independent analyses confirmed (Vertex's) primary efficacy findings and many secondary endpoint analyses for all pivotal clinical trial... Read More

Where's the International Leadership?

on Apr 26, 2011 3:30 pm by T2 Technalytics

I've been highlighting here in the last few weeks that the emerging market stocks are doing a good job of maintaining their leadership positions versus the S&P 500. However, I took a look at the charts of the two "leaders" in the emerging markets space -- China and Brazil -- and came away a bit disappointed and puzzled.The chart below shows the Emerging Markets ETF... Read More

Is There a Top in Silver?

on Apr 26, 2011 3:50 pm by Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA

When gold hit the psychologically important $1,500 level it didn't surprise me, but I admit that silver's recent performance gave us a small thrill. Before jumping into the chart analysis, let's have a look into the factors that contributed to metals' spectacular rally over the past couple of weeks. For the first time in its history the US' perfect AAA credit rating was down... Read More

Ford Enjoying Life In The Fast Lane

on Apr 26, 2011 4:50 pm by Justin Sharon

Ford Motor"History is bunk." So said the founder of Ford Motor (F), hence were he still with us Henry may not care to know that this morning his car company reported its best first quarter since 1998. Of course, he also said customers "could have any color so long as it's black", thus the auto outfit being in the black to the tune of $2.55 billion as the year opened c... Read More

Minyanville's T3 Daily Recap: Market Makes Multi-Year Highs

on Apr 26, 2011 4:55 pm by

The Minyanville - T3Live Daily Recap is brought to you by is an online financial media network and education platform that provides active traders and investors with market analysis, real-time access to strategies, and in-depth training from real traders, real-time©. Learn more.The S&P blasted off to new multi-year highs Tuesday, triggering the head and shoulder... Read More

Minyanville's T3 Morning Market Call: Market Working on New Uptrend

on Apr 26, 2012 9:40 am by

The Minyanville - T3Live Morning Market Call is brought to you by is an online financial media network and education platform that provides active traders and investors with market analysis, real-time access to strategies, and in-depth training from real traders, real-time©. Learn more.The Fed basically kept the same language and the markets closed strong yesterday, t... Read More

Best of the Blogs: Will Obama's 'Stacked' Fed Be His Lasting Legacy?

on Apr 26, 2012 9:35 am by Kathleen Culliton

This column highlights the most interesting and useful business and financial commentary from around the Web each day. Use our comments section to post your own suggestions for blog content that you've read or written. Wall Street Journal: Real Time Economics Link: Has Obama Stacked the Fed? Not Really "Foreign Affairs magazine, a publication of the Council on Foreign... Read More

Pre-Market Primer: US Job Market Shows Signs of Trouble, Major Companies Falter

on Apr 26, 2012 9:15 am by Vincent Trivett

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Equities are set to decline today after two straight days of gains as the markets digest disappointing labor market data and mixed earnings results. Initial claims for unemployment insurance last week fell to 388,000. Economists expected claims to decline to 375,000 from the prior week's upwardly revised level of 389,000. Continuing claims rose to 3.32 million. At 10:... Read More

PowerShares QQQ Trust and Electronic Arts Among Most Active Stocks in Pre-Market Today on the Nasdaq

on Apr 26, 2012 9:25 am by Christopher Witrak

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL The three most active funds and stocks in pre-market trading on the Nasdaq were PowerShares QQQ Trust (QQQ), Electronic Arts (EA), and TriQuint Semiconductor (TQNT) as of 9:10 a.m. Investors traded 1,295,848 shares of PowerShares QQQ, which was down $0.13, or 0.20%. Investors traded 917,487 shares of Electronic Arts, which was down $0.93, or 6.20% and 620,505 shares of TriQuin... Read More

Upgrades & Downgrades: Money Under the Mattress at Tempur-Pedic

on Apr 26, 2012 9:25 am by Justin Sharon

It was such a strong session for stocks one wonders why anyone would want to conclude proceedings prematurely. Shrugging off disappointing data on durable goods, the S&P 500 Index (^GSPC) posted its best back-to-back performance in two weeks on a welcome upturn in trading volume after the Fed left open the possibility of further monetary action. The Nasdaq (^IXIC), sna... Read More

Alcatel-Lucent and SPDR S&P 500 ETF Among Most Active Stocks in Pre-Market Today on the NYSE

on Apr 26, 2012 9:35 am by Christopher Witrak

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL The three most active funds and stocks in pre-market trading on the NYSE were Alcatel-Lucent (ALU), SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY), and AstraZeneca (AZN), as of 9:15 a.m. Investors traded 2.68 million shares of Alcatel-Lucent, which was down $0.26, or 13.33%. Despite reporting a net profit of $526 million, up from a $13.23 million loss last year, shares of Alcatel-Lucent plunged a... Read More

Chart of the Day: Exxon Mobil

on Apr 26, 2012 10:15 am by Michael Kahn

Editor's Note: For more from Michael Kahn, see the Quick Takes Pro blog. Stay on top of the best financial news and commentary on Wall Street by following us @Minyanville. Follow the markets all day every day with a FREE 14 day trial to Buzz & Banter. Over 30 professional traders share their ideas in real-time. Learn more.... Read More

Regeneron Shares Jump on Strong Sales of Eye Drug

on Apr 26, 2012 12:50 pm by Brett Chase

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Under-promising and over-delivering is not a common practice in biotech. And yet here is Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (REGN) for the second straight quarter, shattering expectations for its new eye drug. Regeneron reported $124 million in sales in the first quarter for Eylea, an injected drug that treats age-related macular degeneration, which is a leading cause of blindness i... Read More

ETFs for Amazon Earnings

on Apr 26, 2012 1:30 pm by

Per usual, Apple (AAPL) dazzled when it delivered second-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday, but there's no rest for the weary in tech-land as e-commerce giant (AMZN) steps into the earnings confessional today after the close. Analysts expect Washington-based Amazon to post a first-quarter profit of $.07 per share on revenue of $12.9 billion. Operating income is expected... Read More

Today in Tech: It's True -- Google Makes More Money From iPhones and iPads Than Androids

on Apr 26, 2012 1:30 pm by Vincent Trivett

Oracle's (ORCL) lawyers dredged up some illuminating internal documents from Google (GOOG) showing how it monetizes the Android mobile operating system. Oracle is suing Google for using Java APIs without a license, and Google's position is that APIs, like forms of speech, are not copyrightable. Even in Google's latest quarterly report, the exact amount that Google makes from Andr... Read More

Howard Stern, Against the Odds, Files an Appeal

on Apr 26, 2012 2:20 pm by Chris Ciaccia - The Street

The self-proclaimed "King of All Media" isn't going down without a fight. Disc jockey Howard Stern has appealed a lawsuit against employer Sirius XM (SIRI), which was previously dismissed and ruled "with prejudice," by New York State Supreme Court Judge Barbara Kapnick, meaning neither Stern nor his manager, Don Buchwald, could refile a suit with similar claims.  ... Read More

Best of the Blogs, Transportation: Trinity Industries Doubles Its First Quarter Railcar Shipments From Last Year

on Apr 26, 2012 4:20 pm by Christopher Witrak

This column highlights the most interesting and useful financial commentary on transportation from around the Web each day. Use our comments section to post your own suggestions for blog content that you've read or written. RailResource Link: Trinity Doubles Profits, Railcar Shipments "Trinity Industries (TRN), North America's largest railcar manufacturer, in... Read More

Best Buy Kills Connect

on Apr 26, 2012 4:55 pm by Bristol Voss

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL As if having the CEO walk out on you wasn't bad enough, Best Buy (BBY) is hanging up its coast-to-coast mobile broadband service, Connect, the company said Thursday. Best Buy confirmed to All Things D that it would "suspend operations" on June 1. Connect had signed up approximately 11,000 subscribers for its branded service, which boasted -- among other featur... Read More

In Insider Trading, Bill Gates Sells Microsoft Shares While Spectrum Brands and Opko Health See Purchases

on Apr 26, 2013 11:45 am by Josh Wolonick

Welcome to our daily roundup of top insider trades. Here's a look at the most significant inside sales and purchases filed with the SEC on Thursday, April 25, 2013. Purchases: Harbinger Group (NYSE:HRG) bought 87,9000 shares of consumer products company Spectrum Brands (NYSE:SPB) for $5,012,550. The company's range of products is wide: It sells Rayovac Batteries, Stanley Hardw... Read More

Where Is the Larger Bubble, in Stocks or Bonds?

on Apr 26, 2013 9:50 am by J. W. Jones

Today we have a plethora of companies reporting earnings and are moving through the first quarter earnings season at a rapid pace. Thus far, earnings have been far from exciting and have made the previous 2013 forward earnings estimates laughable. The only way we get to the proposed valuations is through multiple expansion which is simply going to require the Federal Reserve to continue to pump... Read More

New Stock Coverage: TherapeuticsMD Is Just What the Doctor Ordered

on Apr 26, 2013 9:18 am by Justin Sharon

On Pay It Forward Day, equities paid investors back, with even Apple (AAPL) - the victim of Schadenfreude Wednesday when no fewer than 17 analysts slashed targets on the tech titan - advancing 0.72% as one researcher reassessed the pile-on by his peers 24 hours previously. It was a good day to be brainy, what with redundant confirmation... Read More

Stock Upgrades: Don't Throw Bebe Out With the Bath Water

on Apr 26, 2013 9:21 am by Justin Sharon

On a day Google's (GOOG) doodle honored the incomparable Ella Fitzgerald, who was born in abject poverty and died in Beverly Hills, the stock market threatened to journey in the opposite direction. Early strength evaporated in the afternoon and, while shares still ended up, the singer was wise to warn us that "spring can really hang you up the most"; it certainly has for... Read More

Stock Downgrades: Anheuser-Busch Set for Friday Night Hangover

on Apr 26, 2013 9:20 am by Justin Sharon

Yesterday's Dow (^DJI) increase of only 24.50 points may not have been anything on the excitement of exactly six years earlier, but it'll do for now. Strange bedfellows dominated the day, what with Jimmy Carter gushing over George Bush and the Wall Street Journal turning over its editorial page to a New York Times (NYT) journalist who did jail time. (S... Read More

X Factor: 5 Stocks Reaching Their Ex-Dividend Date on May 3

on Apr 26, 2013 9:30 am by Christopher Witrak

Five stocks will reach their ex-dividend date next Friday, which is significant for investors as the seller of the stock on that date, not the buyer, receives the most recent dividend. A stock must be bought one day before the ex-dividend date to claim any dividends that have been announced but not yet paid. The company determines on the record date, which usually occurs two days after the ex-d... Read More

Buzz on the Street: Apple Earnings, a Hijacked AP, and the Telltale VIX Make for One Wacky Week

on Apr 26, 2013 2:00 pm by Minyanville Staff

All day and every day, some of the stock market's best and brightest traders and money managers share their ideas, insights, and analysis in real-time on Minyanville's Buzz & Banter. Here is a small sampling of this week's activity in the Buzz. Monday, April 22, 2013 Another Dell Update Michael Comeau The situation in Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) is very tricky fo... Read More

Russell 2000: Edging Up but Not Out of the Woods

on Apr 26, 2013 3:40 pm by See It Market

What a difference a week makes - again! Sliding aggressively from its 1593 all-time high on April 11 to a 1530.75 low seven days later, S&P 500 (INDEXSP:.INX) (futures symbol: ES) bulls answered in kind, rallying over the following seven days to this morning's 1582.75 high print. For those keeping score at home, that's -3.9% in seven days, followed by +3.3% in sev... Read More
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