With a forward price-to-earnings ratio of 9.64, the bank is on sale compared to its peers.
Shareholders should demand that Zynga management does its job to expand the casino in order for the shares to double.
AT&T and Intel take the lead once again as dividend kings.
If the company missteps or loses favor among growth believers, shareholders will wish they sold the dream instead of buying it.
BlackBerry is one of the few technology giants that can double in the next 24 months.
California earthquakes must have shaken Rocco Pendola's brain for him to think that Microsoft isn't the one to own.
Option buyers have much lower price movement risk than shareholders but receive all the upside potential.
I'm not the only one who thinks Zynga has further to climb. SAC Capital led by Steven Cohen increased its ownership to 5.1%
Battleships don't turn on a dime and neither will Marissa Mayer's colossus.
BlackBerry's renewed enterprise focus appears to be paying off and the company is looking presidential. I've turned bullish, and I'm not alone.