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The research firm's selections have collectively outperformed the market through the second quarter.
Bridgepoint Education (NYSE:BPI) hit a new 52-week high Wednesday as it is currently trading at $27.35, above its previous 52-week high of $27.25 with 446,180 shares traded as of 1:42 p.m. ET. Average volume has been 581,700 shares over the past 30 days.
Education stocks pull back on Friday after a day earlier following the Department of Education's less-strict-than-expected gainful employment ruling.
Halliburton is upgraded at Morgan Stanley from Equal-weight to Overweight. Juniper Networks is downgraded at Auriga from Buy to Hold.
Education stocks vastly underperformed the S&P 500 last year. Here's what to expect in 2011 with a detailed look at which industry players analysts have their eyes on.
DeVry and Capella Education top profit expectations despite softer student enrollment.
The research firm added two companies to its roster, which collectively has outperformed the market.
Apollo Group shares are upgraded by a BMO Capital analyst who says the education provider's turnaround will outpace its peers.
Apollo Group's adjusted profit tops expectations but the stock falls on soft student enrollment outlook at the University of Phoenix.
Corinthian Colleges said tuition price increases will lead to a steeper-than-expected decline in new student enrollment.
Bridgepoint Education beats fourth-quarter profit expectations and forecasts growth in student enrollment.
Corinthian Colleges shares get an upgrade from analysts at RBC Capital Markets.
Stocks in the for-profit education sector fell 24%, on average, last year. Which will outperform in 2011? Vote in our poll and see what readers of TheStreet think.
Barrington Research's Best Ideas List has 14 stocks expected to outperform the market by a wide margin in 2011.
For-profit education stocks had a rough 2010 amid regulatory uncertainty and harsh criticism. Here are the sector's top 12 winners and losers of the year.
These five-star stocks trade at huge discounts to fair value and could soar in 2011.
Education Management beats expectations but forecasts disappointing current quarter financials.
Lincoln Educational Services' shares soar after the for-profit education provider posts record revenue, margins and earnings per share.
The still-Democratic Congress is likely to push to instate the controversial and yet-to-be-published "gainful employment" rule before Jan. 5 when elected Republicans take office.
Corinthian Colleges misses earnings expectations as Bridgepoint Education beats; For-profit education providers work to regain their footing amid newly proposed and yet-to-be-published legislation set to change the way the sector does business.
ITT Educational Services is the latest for-profit school to confirm the industry's hard reset, saying new student enrollment fell for the first time in several years last quarter.
Apollo Group's dismal student enrollment outlook continues to weigh on stocks in the for-profit education sector.
Apollo Group, parent of the University of Phoenix, warns that student enrollment will fall more than 40% in fiscal 2011.
Apollo Group withdrew its outlook for fiscal 2011 after the closing bell on Wednesday, sending shares of the for-profit education companies reeling.
Stocks in the for-profit education sector were mixed on Tuesday, with shares of Bridgepoint Education outpacing the sector and Corinthian Colleges lagging.
Stocks of for-profit education companies are rising on Friday as an end to regulatory uncertainty is finally provided by the Department of Education.
Stocks of private education companies are rising on Monday with the latest whispers that the Department of Education may pose less onerous restrictions on the companies than originally thought.
These plays are among the best-inclined to make a tradable breakout this week.
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