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Emerson Radio (MSN) is gaining Friday after declaring an extraordinary cash dividend of 70 cents a share.
Emerson Radio (AMEX:MSN) has been downgraded by TheStreet Ratings from from a buy to hold.
Small-cap investors are preparing for a flurry of earnings reports this week from companies like Joe's Jeans and Premier Exhibitions.
The Largest Ever Private Equity Transaction in Vietnam
Emerson Radio Corp (AMEX:MSN) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from a hold to buy.
Several stocks trading near $5, including Emerson Radio, were poised to move on above-average volume Thursday.
NEW YORK--David Peltier, Stocks Under $10 portfolio manager, details Disney's plans to buy China's largest in-bus media firm and how he anticipates the company's focus on China will affect the stock. Stephanie Link, Director of Research for Action Alerts Plus, explains why she is such a fan of CNOOC, where she expects growth to come from and how she recommends playing the stock. Link also explains the risk involved with playing W.R. Grace and why, despite this, she still likes the stock and reveals how you can play it. Finally, find out if now is a good time to buy Universal Travel Group.
Several small-cap stocks were moving on above-average volume during Wednesday's session
This week, Stephanie Link, director of research for Action Alerts Plus, brings a new way to play the Chinese government's $40 billion infrastructure plan--Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing. Find out how the company outshines its competitors, how you can make money off of it, and why you won't find it in the Action Alerts Plus portfolio. Also, the past few days has been a rollercoaster for SINA's stock. Dividend Stock Advisor Portfolio Manager David Peltier helps us make sense of what's happened and where to go from here. And, China's biggest aluminum producer, Chinalco, wants to double its stake in Rio Tinto - but the decision has been deferred by Australia's foreign investment regulator. Chuck Marvin weighs in on why the decision has been deferred, what this means for Rio Tinto, and how you can make money here. Finally, one viewer wants to know how the Barclays Asian and Gulf Currency Revaluation Exchange Traded Note compares to the good old FXI.
This week, get a first-hand glimpse into the economic and infrastructure situations in China, when CEO of InterAmerican Acquisition Group William Morro stops by. He also tells us why he believes his company's latest acquisition of a Chinese infrastructure company is only the beginning of the growth it will experience this year. And, with new CEO Mike Duke at the helm, could Wal-Mart be the next big China play? Stephanie Link, director of research for Action Alerts Plus, weighs in on Duke's big international focus, the right price for this stock, and whether Best Buy is your best bet - or if you should stick with the discount retailers. Also, recently we saw Bernstein initiate coverage of both Baidu and Sohu.com with outperform ratings. Research Manager David Peltier tells us why he thinks this analyst made this move too early, and what he really thinks of these two stocks and the Chinese Internet sector. Finally, one viewer wants to know if China's increasing demand for coal makes Peabody Energy a good China play right now.
Here are a few beaten-down names that could be winners in the coming months.