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What to Watch on Wall Street for Friday, October 31st 2014

Friday, October 31st is Halloween, but the markets are still open with some big quarterly reports still set to be released.

TASER CEO Rick Smith on Strong Q3 Earnings and Stock Price Surge

TASER CEO, Rick Smith discusses his company's strong Q3 earnings in an exclusive interview with TheStreet's Janet Al-Saad.

Jump in Hiring Lifted LinkedIn's User Engagement, Profit Beat Consensus

Increased hiring made sure users are active on LinkedIn. Together, networking site's subscribers paid $568 million for services in the past three months.

Starbucks Q4 Profit Meets Street Estimates, Top Line Misses

Starbucks posted fourth quarter earnings of $0.74 a share on revenue of $4.2 billion. Wall Street analysts were looking for earnings of $0.74 on sales of $4.23 billion.

GoPro Beats Earnings Estimates, Revenue Jumps 46 Percent

Camera maker GoPro reported third quarter earnings of 12 cents per share, beating analyst expectations of 8 cents.

Real Money Previews

Jim Cramer on Technology Stocks: Trust Facebook, Here's Why

Yes, Facebook spends a lot. But it's for a purpose.

Jim Cramer on Apple Pay and Drugstores: Apple Is a Win for Walgreen

Adopting Apple's payment system is a smart move.

Herb Greenberg on the Stock Market: Here's Why Twitter Should Sell Itself

Does it really want to explain itself quarter after quarter?

Mad Money Recap

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Here's Why the Bears Were Dead Wrong

The end of quantitative easing was supposed to create a laundry list of problems, Cramer says. It didn't happen.

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Stock Ideas

5 Big Stocks to Trade for Gains as QE3 Ends

Here's how to trade some of the biggest Stocks on Wall Street as the Fed calls for an end to quantitative easing.

4 Stocks Breaking Out on Big Volume

These stocks rising on unusual volume are within range of triggering breakout trades.

5 Stocks Insiders Love Right Now

Insiders at these companies have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.

5 Stocks Under $10 Making Big Moves Higher

When a stock makes a large-percentage move, it is often just the start of a new major trend -- a trend that can lead to huge profits.

5 Hated Earnings Stocks You Should Love

These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.


20 Life Lessons I Learned Chasing Money and Drugs in the Banking and Cannabis Industries

Main Street's whistleblower Brian Penny used to work for Bank of America - now he's exploring the cannabis industry. Here's what he learned.

Fighting Back Against Really High - and Greedy - Resort Fees

Resort fees, often $50 and more per day, are proliferating. Here's how to fight back.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About CD Laddering But Didn't Know to Ask

CD laddering is a common technique to keep your emergency savings growing and liquid; But is it right in the current climate?

$1.5 Million Lands in His Account By Mistake, Money Manager Goes Missing

Bank wires money to hedge fund manager in error, he promptly leaves the country.

Apple Pay or CurrentC? The Payment App That Big Retailers Don't Accept or the One That Got Hacked?

Mobile payment apps struggle to find footing while consumers remain skeptical.


Aegerion Problems Mount With Poor Quarter and Reduced Guidance

The accusations of cocaine use and having sex with someone else's wife are the least of Marc Beer's problems. Aegerion Pharmaceuticals, the company he runs as CEO, is falling apart.

Aegerion Board Expresses Support for Embattled CEO Amid Drug Use Accusations

Aegerion Pharmaceuticals issued a statement Tuesday night expressing its board's support for CEO Marc Beer in the face of accusations of cocaine use and extramarital sex.

Arena Skimps on Data Disclosure From Weight-Loss Combo Study

Arena Pharmaceuticals provided very little useful information Tuesday night about the Belviq-phentermine weight-loss combination.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

Shutterfly Affirms Independent Course, As Board and Executives Weigh In

Shutterfly plans to go it alone, despite rumors circulating that the photo-sharing site may entertain buyers. That was the word from the company executives during its earnings call.

Here's a Look at the Numbers Behind Boot Barn's Successful IPO

Private equity backer Freeman Spogli could end up generating a 3.7 times return.

Source Says Snow Phipps Wins PE-backed Teasdale Foods for About $200 Million

A source said the New York private equity firm paid about 10 times sales for the provider of Hispanic canned food products.

Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Cramer: Fantasy Owners, If Foles Starts Shaky, We May See Sanchez

Jim Cramer offers his best advice to fantasy football owners for week nine of the NFL season.

Herb Greenberg

Herb Greenberg on the Stock Market: Is Coke the New IBM?

I can't remember a time when so many big brands stumbled.

Stephanie Link

Panera Bread Lunches Out Following Earnings but Stephanie Link is a Buyer

Panera Bread is under pressure following earnings, beating on the bottom line, coming in line on the top, guiding down Q4 and not providing guidance for 20145.

Chris Ciaccia

Glu Mobile Gets Unglued Amid Weaker Forecast, Harman International Jumps: Tech Winners & Losers

Glu Mobile cratered Thursday after the mobile games publisher issued a weaker-than-expected forecast. But Harman International Industries soared on earnings strength and demand for...

Adam Feuerstein

Aegerion Problems Mount With Poor Quarter and Reduced Guidance

The accusations of cocaine use and having sex with someone else's wife are the least of Marc Beer's problems. Aegerion Pharmaceuticals, the company he runs as CEO, is falling apart.

Dan Freed

Retail Investors Flock to Derivatives for Income and Safety

Retail investor interest in derivatives continues to grow as investors learn more about the instruments and see them as an attractive way to hedge against risk and generate income.

Ted Reed

Alaska Airlines Is Downgraded Because of Delta's Seattle Incursion

Alaska Airlines shares have gained 44% this year, mid-range for airline stocks, and a leading airline analyst says Delta's Seattle buildup is bound to hurt the stock.

Leon Lazaroff

Tim Cook’s Gay Declaration Needs a Lot More CEO Support

Tim Cook's declaration may encourage other CEOs and employees to come out as gay in the workplace, but it's easier to be out if you run a company like Apple.

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