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TheStreet's Jim Cramer has said that having Rick Hill on the two companies' boards signals a strong time to buy.
Nick Danaher of Domando Capital touted TripAdvisor on Wednesday morning. Then the online travel site missed earnings expectations.
Under Armour shares are rallying from their Wednesday dip.
Troubled oil and gas company Chesapeake Energy may be turning itself around. It reported asset sales that have met the lower end of its 2016 target.
The longtime activist provided a cautionary view of the Fed's policy of maintaining low rates at the 2016 Sohn Investment Conference.
The 21st Sohn Investment Conference ends with interesting takes on stocks including Depomed, Donald Trump, the Fed and Greek banks.
'Prepare for a Trump presidency,' noted bond investor says.
Activist Jeffrey Smith took the Sohn stage Wednesday highlighting stocks Starboard finds undervalued.
Real Money's Carleton English and James Passeri are keeping readers up to date with the latest news from Wednesday's annual Sohn Investment Conference
This year's mix of Sohn speakers includes asset managers, a behavioral economist and two-time Super Bowl champ Eli Manning.
Sohn Conference attendees can expect the new Bond King to cover a lot of ground, perhaps even last year's pick: Puerto Rican bonds.
The positions David Einhorn announced at recent investment conferences have usually worked against him. Will this year be different?
The famed investor is unlikely to present specific holdings at the Sohn Conference, but investors can expect a broad market outlook.
The famed short-seller has been bearish on energy and China for some time. Should investors expect more of the same at the Sohn Conference?
The interest areas of these investors span health care, hotels and international intrigue. Here's a look at what they may discuss Wednesday.
The appearance of Starboard Value's Jeffrey Smith at the Sohn Investment Conference is filled with intrigue.
Sports Authority has decided to sell its remaining assets rather than file for bankruptcy reorganization.
Jim Cramer shares his views on the strange relationship between Apple and the market. Netflix, Alphabet and Microsoft are among the stocks discussed here.
Jim Cramer shares his views on pajama traders and the need for new leadership in the market. Caterpillar, IBM and Coca-Cola are among the stocks discussed here.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on monetary policy and sticks by his guns.
Doug Kass closes his eyes for a moment and travels back to the 1980s.
We have gone about as far as we can go with this current crop.
The Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting brings out the folksy in Warren Buffett and interesting movements in the S&P 500.
Doug Kass invokes Elaine from 'Seinfeld' to describe China's data and finds Starbucks not quite good to the last drop
Jim Cramer looks carefully and prefers the companies over German data, and considers papers and plastics in China.