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Morningstar (Nasdaq:MORN) hit a new 52-week high Thursday as it changed hands at $59.99 compared with its previous 52-week high of $59.97. Morningstar is currently trading at $59.99 with 32,756 shares changing hands as of 12:06 p.m..
Morningstar (Nasdaq:MORN) hit a new 52-week high Thursday as it changed hands at $56.41 compared with its previous 52-week high of $56.33. Morningstar is currently trading at $56.30 with 16,463 shares changing hands as of 10:26 a.m..
Affluent investors concerned about future taxes are target for Fidelity's managed account option.
Bearish reviews of Netflix should be seriously considered by bulls.
TomoTherapy receives a five-star rating at Morningstar, though risks abound.
Vulcan Materials, loathed by many analysts, may have some value for contrarian investors.
Conglomerate ITT to split itself into 3 parts for the second time in its 90-year history
Cisco's recent sell-off may represent an unusual buying opportunity, analysts say.
Research shows financial advisors want social media tools, but often their firms won't allow it.
Regal Entertainment is selling at a deep discount and paying outsized dividends.
Morningstar and sell-side analysts say the solar company is trading at a discount to its growth prospects.
CarMax 3rd-qtr net income rises 10 percent as used car sales, prices continue to be strong
Korea is becoming the hottest developing nation, says Causeway Emerging Markets' Arjun Jayaraman.
SuperValu, one of the worst-performing S&P 500 stocks of 2010, may regain its footing next year, analysts say.
These four companies rank among the favorites in Morningstar's 1,700 stock-coverage universe.
Consumer-staples stocks make for better inflation fighters, Scott Clemons says.
China Housing & Land Development is the latest real estate investment trust to report quarterly results. See how other REITs like Annaly Capital, Digital Realty Trust and ProLogis fared.
Bonds may give you higher interest rates than savings accounts, but uncertainty makes some bonds a risky investment.
Investor confidence in those ultra-safe municipal bonds has been rattled, but there are ways to bring it back.
Google's Droid can't be counted out, though, and neither can Apple's reviled iPhone partner, AT&T.
Consumers can spend in steps, fund manager Neil Hennessy says, from Dollar Tree to Wal-Mart and beyond.
Consumer staples stocks are taken off the shelf, if only because companies look ripe for takeovers.
New home sales rise 6.6 pct. in September after weakest summer in nearly 5 decades
Compared with bonds, there are still bargains to be had in stocks, says a Focus Fund manager.
Outlook for world's steel industry dims on uneven economic recovery, weak construction market
It's time to bypass Treasuries, be selective in bank exposure and look at regional broker dealers.
Manager sees opportunities some miss, and even a value role for Google, a dividendless tech stock.
The economic downturn has investors more price conscious than ever. It's time for value stocks.
REIT stocks are mostly higher Wednesday. Find out who is outpacing the group.
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