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It's hard to understand the magnitude of the change.
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The concern is a correction in the indices will unfairly punish some individual names.
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You have to wonder how much longer we can run without a pullback of at least 2%.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said IBM is an inexpensive stock but needs more catalysts than simply revenue growth.
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Stocks are mostly higher on Friday, as investors grow increasingly concerned the federal government will be forced into a shutdown at midnight.
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It rolls over all negative news, laughs at overbought conditions and sneers at the bears.
Though Big Blue's revenue and earnings beat estimates, its margins came under pressure. In addition, its 2018 earnings and cash-flow guidance disappointed.
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