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There are a number of compelling reasons to own the technology company as it transitions from a heavier reliance on PC sales.
Honeywell's diversified businesses make it a safe investment (despite its lower-than-expected first-quarter earnings) and the stock belongs in any portfolio.
The volatility the market has witnessed so far in 2015 may help Morgan Stanley grow revenue and profits at a faster rate.
Halliburton's focus on North America may not be as much of an asset in the quarters ahead.
Even though its competitors in cybersecurity are growing quickly, Check Point is expanding its lead.
Here's how to play Mattel -- get out while the getting is good.
Leading flash memory maker SanDisk is having short-term issues, which are punishing the stock. But company's betting on its own recovery with its share buyback plans, and investors should too.
The regional bank's stock is cheap and its potential is expansive.
Despite the punishment the stock has taken, it's also likely that the negative news has already been been priced in.
Oil services company Schlumberger has been outperforming its peers even with lower prices for crude. Now's the time to bet on this energy leader, given recent improvements in oil prices.