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The electronics manufacturer says revenue may be a little light next quarter.
Cramer says it's high time for a change at the Federal Reserve. Also, earnings from Texas Instruments.
But lagging consumer demand could throw a spanner in the EMS sector's works.
Peabody Energy isn't a traditional play on the group, but Cramer takes a shine to the coal company.
The top 10 stocks on the S&P 500 -- and the bottom 10 -- can help you see what's possible in the rest of 2005.
The big telco gearmaker is looking to cut costs by slimming its outsourcing roster.
In convoluted markets a look at the Nasdaq helps. The canary in the coalmine is ill.
The electronics manufacturer sees earnings rise from a year ago but not at the clip Wall Street wanted.
Big Blue makes official the sale of its struggling unit to China's Lenovo for $1.75 billion.
The portfolio mix provides a cushion if earnings are weaker than expected, but it should outperform if they're strong.
The week presented some nice opportunities, including a windfall in one new position.
Here's how we plan to use the dichotomy of old- and new-world technology to help us position the model portfolio.
We made up some ground this past week, and our energy picks continue to see strength.
To maximize gains, we want the size of each model portfolio position to reflect our outlook for that stock.
The networking gearmakers drop 3% as a big contract manufacturer warns of slowing orders.
We're cashing in on two winning positions to prepare for a new addition to the portfolio.
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