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Only steady or conservative funds received "buy" recommendations from TheStreet.com Ratings.
Unisys's fate will remain uncertain until it cleans up the debt on its balance sheet and the IT market rebounds.
Transocean rigs might sit idle as oil and gas producers cut capital spending this year.
The 10 best-rated exchange traded funds include those in almost every category.
Alcoa's fortunes are tied to the global economy, though the company lags behind its larger rivals outside the U.S.