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Google's China struggles have brought the Far East's tech sector front and center. Leading the market are compelling stocks like Baidu, Sina and Shanda Interactive.
The trading panel says IBM stock could have a tough time moving higher despite its solid earnings and outlook.
The GlobalX China Industrials ETF stakes its fortune on the buildup of modern China.
Guests include Eric Marshall, portfolio manager for the Hodges Small Cap fund, David Peltier, TheStreet.com's Stocks Under $10 portfolio manager and Deborah Norville, author of "The Power of Respect".
NetEase 3rd-quarter profit rises on online game sales but misses views, shares tumble
'Call of Duty' video game publisher Activision had 3rd-quarter profit, reaffirms 2009 guidance
China agencies fight for control of Web game 'Warcraft,' highlighting struggle over Internet
Amazon, Whole Foods and Freeport are investor darlings, but a closer look reveals their popularity isn't justified.
NetEase shares fall after 2nd-qtr revenue climbs with change in revenue recognition
Reactions to Wal-Mart's and Netease.com's earnings are likely to be key for the market.
As stocks open higher, stay with the long ideas and the momentum plays we've been mentioning lately.
Even though the action is looking swell, we have made a big move recently and are looking overbought.
It's the last day of the quarter and things could get quite interesting if some fund managers decide to ring the register on this quarter's gains.
Recently on Stockpickr, David Peltier answered questions about Petrobras, Annaly Capital Management and more.
Only one ETF offers investors a serious shot at outperformance -- Claymore Alpha Shares China Small Cap.
NetEase has a foot in two worlds: technology and emerging markets, which are posting the best returns.
Research in Motion, Apple and Google are among the bullish themes in the last hour of trading.
NetEase reports higher 1st-quarter profit, sales, but U.S.-traded sales retreat
There are conflicting forces that favor an eventual downturn, but don't necessarily believe it.
Almost every time, there's been a big rally in the Nasdaq to save the market. At some point, that rally will not come.
I'm leaning bearish but because breadth has been good and the buyers keep showing up I am being cautious.
The9 shares fall after company says it will not regain license for popular game
The potential repeal or relaxing of mark-to-market standards should be a positive for the sector.
Chinese gaming companies NetEase and Shanda, both 'buy'-rated, to see earnings accelerate amid economic slump.
Cut through the market clutter with charts. Here are four China-focused charts to watch.
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.
This week, Larsen Kusick gives us insight on how to play A-Power Energy after the company announced contract agreements with General Electric. We also turn to Dave Peltier to get the scoop on whether the Chinese Internet sector is still a hot place to be, and to get the no-holds-barred truth on whether ETFs really are a safer--or smarter way to play China. Finally, don't miss Director of Research for Action Alerts Plus Stephanie Link when she answers one viewer's question on what the best China infrastructure plays will be for 2009.
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