This Week in Barron's: There is a feeling that home prices will soon hit bottom and the housing market could start to see a turnaround within the year; Novartis could be a good bargain, low stock price, healthy business mix, and a strong outlook on profits; Qualcomm is turning into the Intel of mobile computing and communications, as the provider of technology and chips for almost every smart phone being manufactured; American Eagle is in the midst of a turnaround, under new leadership and regaining losses from the past few year.
This Week in Barron's: Barron's looks at some big names that lagged in 2012 but are now poised for a comeback; Amateur star gazers can now view the heavens like a professional astronomer; A new report finds that of graduating college students the most popular major is business; Barnes & Noble's value could jump if rumors about another company buying it's Nook Business.
This Week in Barron's: The market hit a record mark at 15,000 but will it continue to reach higher; Western Union's move to cut fees pays off with more transactions; Hedge-fund giants speak of opportunity at the annual Sohn Conference;
This Week in Barron's: The most recent 'Barron's 500' poll, has quite a few technology companies near the top; Casino stocks have been pretty robust lately, especially in China; this year could be a down year for 3-D movies; Atlas Air, after beating earning expectations, could be a bargain in the making.
This Week in Barron's: The Big Money poll shows that more investors are feeling bullish about stocks; Gold mining outfits could be a good gamble if gold rebounds; Chiquita Brands has refocused its energy during this restructuring on its core business; Adidas continues to show its global appeal with expansions in China and Europe;
This Week in Barron's: For years Priceline has done well for its investors and travelers but increased competition could change that; How will the decision by the Bank of Japan work out in the long run; Investors could see another record year in dividends as corporations are still flush with cash; The market seems to believe in Best Buy's turnaround effort despite weak fundamentals.
This Week in Barron's: Major League Baseball's season opens up for the year with higher ticket prices; A forecast for weaker corporate earnings could provide an opportunity to buy quality stocks;Investors show confidence in equity funds; Nigeria shows potential for investors willing to take a risk.
This Week in Barron's: Ruby Tuesday changes its recipe for success under their new CEO; There is a confidence that home prices will continue to rebound this year; When companies buy back stock, it's not always to the advantage of the investor; The Golf industry sees an uptick in the number of rounds played;
This Week in Barron's: Pharmaceutical company, Sarepta Therapeutics, is requesting an accelerated approval from the FDA; Aneuser-Busch Inbev. is currently being sued in 8 different lawsuits; Survey shows some experts optimistic about this year's growth; Government defense contractor's stock price at an attractive level, but for how long.
This Week in Barron's: The correlation between the worlds' growing consumer middle class and emerging markets; Companies linked to the solar industry are not seeing much sunshine lately; A pharmaceutical that does things differently; Take a detailed look at the power of dividends and compounding.
This Week in Barron's: The Dow hit an all time high this week yet some feel this is just the beginning; Bed Bath and Beyond has shown steady growth and strong profits but its priced as a bargain; Integrating online and off-line sales Macy's is seeing a surge in sales; Despite an ailing economy and financial meltdown the markets have done splendid under the leadership of President Obama.
This Week in Barron's: low interest rates have money managers migrating from the safety of bonds; Minimizing hidden fees and costs from mutual funds; Searching for the right dividend-paying stock; The difficult times fared by Aflac could create an investment opportunity.
This Week in Barron's: Dick's Sporting Goods has been consistent with earnings and analyst think there is room to grow;ADT expands burglar-alarm business ;Coach is on the move to be known for more than just handbags; The Girl Scouts are starting to accept mobile payments for Girl Scout cookies;
This Week in Barron's: American Eagle regains its foothold in the teen and young-adult retail sector; Smartphone industry running out of room for growth; More investors are putting their money back into stocks looking for a decent yield; The start of 2013, for merger and acquisitions, is best since 2005.
This Week in Barron's: Investors start shifting from bonds back into equities; Wendy's benefits from changes that customers are eagerly digesting; Investors should limit exposure to frontier markets through emerging market mutual funds; Investing in an airline is risky but Alaska Air has shown robust profitability and growth.
This Week in Barron's: Can the Dow top its previous all time high; Tata Motor's luxury division is a good reason to see it as a long-term prospect; The popularity for flash based memory could give a boost to Sandisk for the year; Sometimes it is worth paying a little bit more in mutual fund fees if there is a chance at higher returns.
This Week in Barron's: natural gas has positive impact on U.S. manufacturing; U.S. employees' morale declines in the workplace; Tech giant Apple's stock takes a hit; History tells us following a presidential election gold could still go up.
This Week in Barron's: Fossil has experienced robust sales and healthy growth; Crocs has diversified it's product line; A look into mutual funds with and without a sales load; Solve Media looks to earn revenue from online 'captchas';
This Week in Barron's: Mutual funds' performance in 2012; After quantitative easing ends, what's next for investors; Movie theaters show a rise in ticket sales for 2012; Copper may have lost its luster for investors.
This Week in Barron's: Fewer folks used cash for retail purchases; Last year's losers could mean future gains for investors; Motorola gets boost from Super Storm Sandy; Macy's and Bloomingdale's close to posting record holiday sales.
This Week in Barron's: Now is a good time to find bargains for shares of European companies; Baby Boomers love for RVs has been a boon to Thor Industries; A realistic breakdown of Santa's true worth; Central Garden & Pet working to restructure and consolidate.
This Week in Barron's: Market strategists think stocks could advance in 2013; J&J appears to be on the mend; South Korea is showing signs of an economy on the rise; The coveted gift of children this year: LeapPad 2.
This Week in Barron's: As the year comes to a close Barron's takes a look ahead at the best stocks for 2013; Men's Warehouse could bounce rally back in the new year; Conagra Foods' new acquisition makes it the largest private-label food producer in the country; A new report shows more and more consumers turning to Amazon for discounted luxury items.
This Week in Barron's: Liberty Media to spin off Starz; Philanthropy has a new younger face; With the help of Super storm Sandy lumber is standing tall; Possible tax hikes have spurred companies to issue special dividends
This Week in Barron's: Hain Celestial Group facing more competition; Atlantic City could see a rough winter; Barron's looks at new group of emerging market mutual funds; Novartis aims to bounce back in 2013 with a couple of new drugs;
This Week in Barron's: which is the better investment, Apple or Samsung; Wyndham is the largest hotel franchisor and still there is room for growth; Royal Caribbean continues to sail on despite murky economic waters ahead; Laggard jobs outlook has adults moving back with families which is a plus for homebuilders.
This Week in Barron's: Holiday shopping could be better than expected; Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway stock is priced to; Retiring seniors have plenty of options to keep busy; The post-election sell-off may have created opportunities for those yield seeking investors.
After a tough year, Brazil could be poised for a comeback, Sales are surging for a back-up generator manufacturer, Callaway Golf is trying to get out of the rough,
Now may be a good time to buy US equities
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