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What to Watch on Wall Street for the Week of Oct. 20, 2014

In the week ahead, we have some heavy hitters coming up in the midst of earnings season, including Apple, Amazon and Ford.

U.S. Malls Will Survive Scares Like Ebola, Online Shopping Growth

The Mall at University Town Center in Sarasota, Florida has just opened its doors.

Penney Names New Chief, HBO Streams Ahead & Chrysler Comes Back

J.C. Penney ended its yearlong CEO search this week, naming retail industry veteran Marvin Ellison to officially replace interim CEO Myron Ullman.

Chimerix Gets FDA OK to Test Experimental Drug for Ebola

A North Carolina drugmaker plans to test its experimental antiviral drug in patients who have Ebola, after getting authorization from regulators at the Food and Drug Administration.

BGC: Yahoo! Is a Buy Even if You Don't Like Its Core Business

Yahoo! is set to report quarterly results on Tuesday after the closing bell.

Real Money Previews

Look Down!; Jump of a Lifetime; Not for the Faint of Heart: Best of Kass

In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Doug Kass writes about how investors aren't looking in the right direction and frustration with such a volatile market.

We May Have an Investable Bottom; Smoke Always Clears: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about the signals that are saying it may be time to invest and the near-term and the longer-term outlooks.

Stock Market on Emotional Roller Coaster May Be Turning Optimistic

When markets hop on an emotional roller coaster, expect anxiety, denial, fear, desperation, panic and capitulation.

Mad Money Recap

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Lots of Ways to Win With Molson Coors

Cramer is avoiding SeaDrill and Silicon Graphics but likes Gilead and Mettler-Toledo.

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Stock Ideas

How to Trade the Market's Most-Active Stocks

Here's how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market today.

4 Big Stocks on Traders' Radars

Here's how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market today.

5 Dividend Stocks Ready to Give Investors a Raise

Dividends still matter in this market, and these five could be about to get bigger.

5 Stocks Under $10 Set to Soar

These under-$10 stocks look ready to trade higher from current levels.

2 Oversold Stocks Under $10 Ready to Bounce Higher

Oversold can always get more oversold, but it's also an area from which a stock can experience a powerful bounce higher.

MainStreet

Bank of America Signs Off on Plan to Save Corinthian: Prelude to a New Deal?

Corinthian Colleges Inc. won the consent of its lender banks last month to amend an agreement with the Department of Education.

Housing Starts Rise, Fueling Hopes of A Continued Recovery

After months of softening housing data, the tide may be turning towards a continued housing recovery.

Annuity Swaps: Senior Citizens Are Getting Crushed with Excess Fees

Securities regulators are clamping down on aggressive and sloppy sales tactics.

Your Company's 'Wellness Program' May Actually Be Illegal

Were you invited – or required – to attend a health fair?

The Best and Worst Cities for People Workers With Disabilities

October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, a national campaign that raises awareness about disability employment issues and honors American workers with disabilities. The results may surprise you.

Biotech

Biotech Stock Mailbag: Small-Cap Rebound, Avanir, Ohr, CytoSorbents

Biotech columnist Adam Feuerstein answers readers' questions about health care.

Brainstorm CEO Offers Investors a Frank Outlook for ALS Therapy

Given the usual hype surrounding small-cap biotechs, Brainstorm CEO Tony Fiorino is refreshingly candid about the company's chances of developing a stem-cell treatment to counter ALS symptoms.

FDA Approves Competing Lung Disease Drugs From Roche and Boehringer

U.S. patients suffering from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis finally gain access to Esbriet, approved for use in Europe since early 2011.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

IBM Reportedly Pays $1.3 Billion to GlobalFoundries to Take Failing Chip Unit

IBM looks to be plugging a $1.5 billion drain on its earnings with a semiconductor unit sale to Abu Dhabi-owned GlobalFoundries.

Every Hedge Fund in America Wants its 2-Cents on Family Dollar Deal

Almost every large activist hedge fund may get their 15-minutes of attention by the time Family Dollar’s takeover saga ends.

KKR Looks to Get More Bang for Its Buck in Strategy Shift

KKR, one of the inventors of modern-day private equity, is trying to move in a new direction by investing larger sums of its own money into buyout deals.

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Spin Space

Jim Cramer

We May Have an Investable Bottom; Smoke Always Clears: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about the signals that are saying it may be time to invest and the near-term and the longer-term outlooks.

Herb Greenberg

Greenberg: Hedge Funds Should Really Short Not Take Lazy Route

When will real short-selling come back into vogue?

Stephanie Link

Stephanie Link: You Can Still Find Value in this Pullback

Action Alerts PLUS has been buying into it.

Chris Ciaccia

Chimerix Gets FDA OK to Test Experimental Drug For Ebola

A North Carolina drugmaker plans to test its experimental antiviral drug in patients who have Ebola, after getting authorization from regulators at the Food and Drug Administration.

Adam Feuerstein

Biotech Stock Mailbag: Small-Cap Rebound, Avanir, Ohr, CytoSorbents

Biotech columnist Adam Feuerstein answers readers' questions about health care.

Dan Freed

Why Goldman's Earnings Beat Matters More Than in Previous Quarters

Unlike in previous quarters, Goldman's strong third-quarter earnings performance was powered by businesses that are part of the company's future.

Ted Reed

Airline Stocks Fall on Ebola Worries but Are Fears Overblown?

Airline shares continue to fall on Ebola fears, though analysts believe the concerns may be overblown.

Leon Lazaroff

Seven Totally Cool, New-Techie Products You Need to See

A new online network for investors to a tiny WI-fi hotspot and an tablet that the whole family can watch at the same time.

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