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U.S. Auto Sales came in at 16.7 million units vs consensus of 16 million units, the strongest reading since August 2008. General Motors blew away the numbers despite recalls.
Stephanie Link explains while the near term for Google could remain choppy, long term she likes the product offering in search, video, Android and the new Nest acquisition.
Stephanie Link and Jill Malandrino review the reasons why Apple stock has performed well and stayed above the $600 level since the company reported earnings back in April.
TD Ameritrade's Investor Movement Index (IMX), declined for the first time in seven months, although rather slightly. Stephanie Link and Jill Malandrino review the data.
TheStreet's Stephanie Link and Real Money Contributor Dan Nathan discuss Apple's first quarter results. Link and Nathan expected the tech giant to lower guidance for the current quarter.
Action Alerts OPTIONS contributor Dan Nathan is buying puts with an April expiration for Johnson & Johnson at $92.50. The April put would allow buyers to capture the upside.
TheStreet contributor Dan Nathan is looking for a way to take advantage of the volatility in shares of Facebook by buying a call spread that expires in June.
Healthcare, energy and technology have led the way as the market is back to flat on the year, following a 6% decline, while the consumer space has underperformed.
Chevron's strong asset base, robust balance sheet, impressive shareholder returns and exposure to rising commodity prices makes this stock a solid, longer-term position.