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The Fed could care less about the shenanigans in Congress with the debt ceiling.
The message has been received loud and clear: No more reckless spending will be allowed or consequences will be felt.
The fertilizer group is poised to outperform for the second half of 2011.
CBOE has seen some soggy performance since flotation, but the future seems much brighter.
Retailers depend on the Holiday Season for their sales, but consumers just aren't ready to buy.
The valuation is good, the dividend is secure, and the company is forward-looking.
I expect the crisis of business and consumer confidence to have a negative effect on BAC's bottom line.
AAPL and others have tried to bury RIMM before, but that didn't quite work out as planned.
GOOG has broken out of a wedge pattern and is relatively cheap -- I think it could test January's high.
McMoRan Exploration's chart shows a breakout from a tight formation.