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  • 5 Prominent NYSE Stocks That Hit 52-Week Highs Monday
    Insider Monkeyyesterday

    5 Prominent NYSE Stocks That Hit 52-Week Highs Monday

    It was a red Monday on Wall Street, with the NYSE Composite sliding by 0.49%, while the S&P 500 was off by 0.30%, the Dow Jones declined by 0.42%, and the Nasdaq dipped by 0.05%. Nonetheless, several NYSE stocks managed to hit their yearly highs on Monday, led by Fabrinet (NYSE:FN), which jumped by 7% […]

  • Forbes3 days ago

    The Week Ahead: Breakout Or Fake Out?

    The ability of the S&P 500 to close well above the May 2015 highs has not really diminished the debate over the market's future. The somewhat surreal Republican Convention that seemed to contradict decades of past policy did not seem to impact the stock market. The opinion of the fundamental analysts has seen little change despite the new highs as they continue to believe they are not justified by their analysis. A few of the bears have converted to the bullish camp but most have not as the majority continue to argue why the market must be forming a major top. The individual investor according ...

  • Forbes10 days ago

    The Week Ahead: Smart Money Buying Or Is It A Conspiracy?

    The stock market had another very strong week as the Spyder Trust (SPY) is already getting close to the next upside target in the $218-$220 area. Many media traders and investment banks are looking for another weak earnings season but last week's numbers had some positive surprises. In the next two weeks we will get a better idea but since May I have been looking for better than expected earnings. This is diametrically opposed to Goldman Sachs who commented a week ago that " A worse-than-expected earnings season especially for banks and Apple will cause the S&P 500 to pull back 5 to 10 percent ...