|Day Low/High||264.25 / 267.39|
|52 Wk Low/High||184.60 / 289.69|
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.
This week, we saw China cut its interest rate for a fifth time in three months. Find out if Research Manager Dave Peltier thinks the 27 basis point cut will be enough and how long it will be before we see the cut take an effect. Also, Director of Research for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts Plus portfolio Stephanie Link reveals what moves she and Jim are making post-rate cut. You don't want to miss RealMoney.com contributor David Sterman's top China picks for 2009 or how he thinks you should play Baidu after its recent ramp.
The trading panel says infrastructure stocks have fallen to attractive prices.
JL McGregor and Co. Matt Comyns explains how you can make money off the major rural reforms from the Chinese government affecting agribusiness and consumer goods. Also, Comyns names some Internet stocks that don't make the news but could make you money, while James Altucher tells you where Gushan's going and Ted Reed explains why two big American companies still see long-term growth in China's airline sector's future.
Tom Naughton, portfolio manager of the Asia Pacific Equity Opportunities Fund, gives insight on his experiences launching a fund in a bad economy - and reveals why he believes Chinese banking is where the action is. James Altucher insists SOHU is the Chinese Internet stock to own, while Tim Melvin thinks you should play China without actually buying in China. Lastly, energy reporter Chuck Marvin answers a viewer who wants to know if he should get the green light to buy Gushan right here, right now.
Arguments can be made for both sides right now, and that suggests any move in either direction likely won't be severe.
After Baidu's earnings report and the stock popping 40 points, we're getting flooded with emails from viewers about where the stock is going from here and what to do with it. We give you the scoop on Baidu - not to mention give you tips on how to make money in the steel industry, the debate over Gushan Environmental Energy and a stock to watch in Deckers.
If shares of Baidu double and then double again, it would equate to a price of $1,200, and the market cap would still be only one-fourth that of Google.
Shares of this model portfolio name have traded sharply lower on little news. Here's our take.
With expiration on Friday, traders will likely be squaring off positions in the short term.
The stocks from China and India making moves and news in the U.S.
Low volume was the key theme of the day, which is bearish -- instead of real buying, shorts were running for cover.
Sooner or later, tech will rebound, and these names will be positioned to rocket higher.
Asian markets stumble as Baidu's swoon creates worries of a broader correction.
But it will take more than a few negative signs to turn the market back down.
The Market Volatility Index is getting jumpy; that's a sign of panic, which tends to lead to a rally.
We're witnessing a change in the nature of the market compared to the past year.
Unsurprisingly, stocks hitting new heights didn't reach a higher reading, even though the market averages did.
But all the news isn't great, as new lows expanded beyond any of the past year's readings.
This inspired much confidence in the uptrend, yet there was little mention of today's poor breadth.
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