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Hawaiian Air shares are priced to take off after analysts turned overly pessimistic on the stock due to lower fuel surcharges and a strengthening dollar.
Despite strong job gains in the past months, bad weather and a strong dollar will weigh heavily on earnings in the first quarter.
Rising rates that reflect a healthy, growing economy could be a positive for both U.S. stocks and U.S. REITs.
Japanese exports are becoming competitive again, which is great for companies that have significant exposure to the U.S. like Apple supplier Murata.
High net worth investors are losing value by not seeking out shares of hot pre-IPO technology companies, said Atish Davda, CEO of EquityZen.
The Rothschild Larch Lane Alternatives Fund has trounced the S&P 500 by shorting energy commodities and taking advantage of the strong dollar.
The WisdomTree Europe Hedged SmallCap Equity ETF has seen strong inflows because of a growing view that the Euro will weaken until it hits parity with the U.S. dollar.
Job growth will provide support for a growing economy for the remainder of the year despite tepid economic data in recent weeks.
The strong dollar and bad weather hurt stocks in the first quarter of 2015 likely pushing the market's gains to the second half of the year.
Array BioPharma shares have surged in the wake of the company's oncology deal with Novartis and the good news is expected to continue, said the company's CEO Ron Squarer.