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Both stocks trade at nice values, and JPMorgan is a bargain after a one-off earnings miss.
The stock is poised to climb after a lackluster start to 2014.
IBM's stock price has been a big disappointment for investors in 2013. But, in all fairness, the broader large-cap tech index has struggled in 2013 with minimal year-to-date gains.
JPMorgan's CEO is under pressure to step down as chairman. Is that in the best interest of the company and its shareholders?
While expensive, the data-storage company is at the forefront of a technology revolution.
Dividends are a sign of stability and maturity, not weakness.
The refiner's stock has had an impressive run, and we suggest taking most of your position off the table.
Since the stock has pulled back, it offers both upside potential and a stable dividend.
This Editor's Choice piece discusses Cisco's latest dividend raise and its effect on the shares.
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