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AMN Healthcare Has Some Falling to Do

AMN Healthcare is the largest healthcare staffing in the United States. It recruits healthcare professionals and places them in different working positions in the field of healthcare. AMN Healthcare Services Inc. investors saw its stock price changing for the better during the last five years. In October 2011 it fell to as low as $3.60.…

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Horizon Pharma to Be Cut in Half

Horizon Pharma plc stock fell below $2 a share in March 2013. By July 2015, it was trading close to $39.50. What a ride, indeed. Unfortunately, the pharmaceutical company’s shareholders could not stay on cloud nine very long. Just three months later, in October 2015, Horizon Pharma crashed to $12.86. Currently hovering around the 18-dollar mark, investors…

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Coca-Cola: The Big Bear Is Coming

Coca-Cola Company is considered to be one of those stocks you add to your portfolio to lessen its overall risk. With its modest volatility, the company’s stock is perceived as stable and relatively safe investment. With Coca-Cola currently hovering near all-time highs, it definitely looks like it. Trouble is that in the market environment, what…

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Ford Might Lose a Third Before It Is Worth

Ford Motor Co. shareholders were among the most miserable market participants during the crash of 2007-2009, since the stock plummeted to slightly above a dollar a share in November 2008. Fortunately, the company managed to survive and in January 2011 was already trading close to the 19-dollar mark. The problem is that Ford has been…

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Dunkin Bears Are Not Done Yet

Dunkin Brands Group Inc. stock was looking desperate at the start of the year when its share price fell as low as 36.44. Ever since, however, Dunkin has been recovering and is currently trading close to 49 dollars a share. Investors might start thinking it is time to turn bullish again and jump into the…

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Bank of America: A Good Long Term Bet?

Bank of America Corp. was one of the most severely damaged stocks during the 2007-2009 crash. Shares plunged over 95% from above 55 dollars a share in November 2006 to as low as 2.53 in February 2009. The stock has been recovering ever since, but currently slightly above 15.30, it is still nowhere near the pre-crash levels. What…

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Verizon Has a Bright Future, But…

Verizon has been on a shopping spree. It was recently announced the company is going to acquire Yahoo!’s core assets for $4.8 billion. The telecom giant also spent $2.4 billion on FleetMatics this months, and $1.8 billion more on XO Communications in February this year. Judging from the pace with which Verizon is expanding its…

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Disney Ready For a Mid-Term Rally

A year ago, in August 2015, Disney stock was flying above 122 dollars a share. Yesterday’s trading session was closed slightly below 98.00. And while that is still higher than the 86.25 bottom in February 2016, Disney remains one of the beaten-down stocks of the year. Is this going to change? Should you buy the…

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It Is 2007 Again for Lowe’s Investors

In February 2007 Lowe’s Companies stock was trading at almost 36 dollars a share. Two years later, in March 2009, it was down to 13.00. The Great Recession caused Lowe’s to lose 23 dollars a share, or roughly 60% of its value. However, despite the hard hit it took, the stock managed to recover and…

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Cisco Might Not Survive Another Crisis

Market crashes and economic crises come and go and the markets eventually recover. The dot-com bubble burst some 16 years ago, but NASDAQ is currently trading at all-time highs. The Great Recession of 2007-2009 left the financial world in ruins, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average is now flying above 18 550. And while the…

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Bank of America Twenty Months Later

Bank of America Corp. stock closed at 14.42 yesterday. In 2015, the stock suffered a sell-off from as high as 18.42 dollars a share down to 10.94 by February, 2016. Could this slump be expected and is the current recovery going to continue? On January 8th, 2015, nearly twenty months ago, we published “Bank of…

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Merck Postponing Its Bright Future

Merck & Co Inc. is the seventh largest pharmaceutical company in the world by revenue and market capitalization. It is a DJIA component as well as an S&P 500 component. However, despite its size and significance, its stock price also suffered severely during the last two major stock market crashes of our time – the crash in…

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Microsoft Headed For A 30% Crash?

Microsoft reached an all-time high of 59.97 dollars a share in 1999. Now, seventeen years later, the stock is approaching those highs once again. What does this mean for the regular investor? Is it good or bad? Does it mean the stock is strong and worth buying or it is too risky to go long on…

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Pfizer a Buy? It Was Over Four Months Ago

Pfizer Inc. stock closed last week at new multi-year highs near 36.71 dollars a share, breaching the previous top of 36.43. Such breakouts could deceive most people to think that just because a stock is obviously in an uptrend, it is a good time to buy it. But in the market environment , obvious things…

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Microsoft Gaining Traction Again

2016 has not been the best year for Microsoft stock so far. In the end of December, 2015, it climbed to as high as 56.82 dollars a share, but has been declining ever since. Last week, Microsoft fell to 48.01, which means the stock lost 8.81 dollars per share in six months time. The good…

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