All posts tagged "pfizer"

  • Stock Market Advantage Sell Signal
    Stock Market Advantage Sell Signal

    The Tactical Timing System has generated a sell signal. To comply with the system the following positions will be sold today. The proceeds will be placed in money market assets while awaiting the introduction of Vanguard’s new...

    • Posted April 29, 2013
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  • Jeff deGraaf
    Jeff deGraaf: Healthcare Stocks Rallying from Massive Base

    The number one ranked technical analyst by Institutional Investor magazine for the last seven years running has been Jeff deGraaf of Renaissance Macro Research. He was on CNBC a couple of days ago speaking to Simon Hobbs...

    • Posted July 23, 2012
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  • Randall Eley - Edgar Lomax Company
    Randall Eley: No Bear Market in Foreseeable Future

    Long-time market observer Randall Eley, of the Edgar Lomax Company, was the guest market monitor on the latest Nightly Business Report. The host, Tom Hudson, asked Eley whether the 11 percent rise for the market (S&P 500)...

    • Posted March 26, 2012
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  • David Einhorn’s Stock Picks

    David Einhorn was on CNBC yesterday and explained why he likes Vodaphone, Sprint, Pfizer, CareFusion, and Apple currently. Einhorn said he was 30-35% net long and gold was his largest position. ***

    • Posted December 7, 2010
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  • David Einhorn Interviewed

    David Einhorn, hedge fund manager (Greenlight Capital), was interviewed by Consuelo Mack recently. A few snippets from the interview: Einhorn would not invest in the money center banks (too many unknowns on their balance sheets). Einhorn has...

    • Posted November 23, 2010
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  • The Case for Large Cap Stocks

    Alan Brochstein has an article posted at Seeking Alpha focusing on the virtues of large cap stocks. He discovered by looking at the fundamentals large caps appear to be significantly undervalued. Brochstein projected the total return for...

    • Posted October 20, 2009
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  • Market Folly Speculates on What Benjamin Graham Would Buy Today

    The conclusion by Market Folly is that it will take a depression to knock stocks down to the levels that Benjamin Graham would find attractive. However, loosening up Graham’s criteria, they came up with the following ideas:...

    • Posted February 20, 2009
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