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Despite Wall Street's quarter-to-quarter obsession with growth, there are plenty of reasons to remain positive about Oracle's prospects.
The company's recent dividend increase affirms management's confidence that Yum! can overcome recent headwinds and deliver long-term value to both its customers and shareholders.
Investors thinking that the recent 35% decline presents a buying opportunity are likely to get cut by a falling knife.
Caterpillar has not forgotten how to make money and share it with investors.
The current dividend does not pay enough for investors to stay.
The stock is expensive and the guidance is weak -- not an apetitizing combination.
There's no better time to bet on a global icon that continues to bet on itself.
With EMC underperforming the S&P 500 by 30 points over the past two years, management will continue to feel pressure to act.
Alcoa is no longer just a play on aluminum.
With the stock trading at just 12 times 2015 estimates, there's minimal risk in owning Broadcom.