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Join Jill Malandrino and Bob Lang on Wednesday, May 9 at 6pm ET for an exciting presentation. Learn all about the key trends and themes in their favorite space, get Jill and Bob's top stock picks and how to use basic options strategies to trade a bullishly-biased opinion.
Jill Malandrino and Gary Sandlund of Futures International, review a very interesting day in the ag pits.
Jill Malandrino and Gary Sandlund of Futures International review metrics that are moving agricultural commodities. If you trade fertilizer stocks, this is what you need to know.
Higher corn prices and a big spring planting are driving up demand for fertilizer.
Friday's quarterly USDA crop report impacts farmers, commodity traders and grain prices all over the world. Bob Lang from Real Money Pro tells you why and what fertilizer stocks to watch.
Biotechs bounced after making an intraday low, and if transports move down to a certain area, they should bounce, too.
These stocks should have much further to run in 2012, and now is not the time to be afraid to buy them.
In today's daily series of investing strategies from Wall Street, analysts focus on the growth potential for mattress companies and fertilizer stocks.
It appears the market is undergoing a significant shift toward value stocks, and you should go with it.
Here are 7 funds that hedge fund managers have been increasing their stakes.
The year 2011 drove home the importance of dividend stocks. These six have hiked payouts in recent weeks.
Use a stop-win strategy, which allows investors to buy a stock as it is going up.
My plan is to shift from investing in stocks that act like bonds and back to stocks that trade like stocks.
These companies have little exposure to Europe and, as a result, may beat the broader market.
The agricultural products company lifts its dividend and plans to increase potash capacity.
Agrium was a winner within the chemicals industry, rising $1.10 (1.6%) to $71.99 on average volume.
Look for this group to be a big performer in 2012. Bob Lang from Real Money Pro tells you why POT, MOS, AGU, CF and DBA, the ETF for the space, will be coming up roses.
Agrium Inc was a leading decliner within the chemicals industry, falling $1.48 (-1.8%) to $79.93 on average volume.
With decent technical setups, these two potash names could see more upside ahead.
If we push into the green, the trend could keep going for the rest of the day.
Investors should consider Canada since its first-quarter growth was nearly double that of the U.S. and its exposure to European debt is minimal.
The group has held its ground in the downtrend, but overall market action remains a risk.
Exchange-traded fund families, with an eye towards marketing, selected very memorable ticker symbols for their new ETFs over the last two months.
Hewlett-Packard downgraded at BMO from Outperform to Market Perform. Texas Instruments downgraded at ThinkEquity from Buy to Hold.
These five stocks in the agricultural chemicals business are likely to generate attractive returns, riding on strong industry outlook and company fundamentals.
Be careful, however, not to extend your obligation out too far to where the economy could improve.
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