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Alcoa will kick off Earnings Season at 52-week low

Earnings season kicks off next week, is it good for Alcoa? Alcoa Inc (AA) hasn't had one up day in the last month. The stock has quietly been hitting new 12 month lows almost daily. Year-to-Date Aloca has almost lost 1/3 of it's market share. Show More Summary

How to Use Unique Strategies to Find Unexpected Real Estate Deals

Over the years, I’ve utilized many strategies to get my hands on good rental properties. And some of them have been pretty bizarre. For example, one strategy I had was for all of my tenants to be looking for deals for me, and I would incentivize them by taking $500 to $1,000 off of their rent. [...]Show More Summary

Write-Offs: 7.2.15

Greece; Puerto Rico; Currency market rigging; Yelp sale; "Leopard mauls guide’s arm during safari tour"; and more.

4 Best Restaurant Deals in July

Steve Helber/AP It isn't as easy as it used to be to score a restaurant bargain these days. Food costs and operating expenses are moving higher for most chains, and this is the kind of overhead that often gets passed on to seated consumers. It doesn't have to be that way. Show More Summary

Market Wrap: Stocks Slip on Greece Worries, Tepid Job Data

Richard Drew/AP By Sinead Carew NEW YORK -- Stocks closed slightly lower Thursday after the International Monetary Fund warned Greece ahead of its Sunday referendum that it faces a huge financial hole and mixed jobs data dampened the U.S. Show More Summary

AT&T Can Go as high as $47, Says Buckingham

As I mentioned earlier, AT&T (T) shares got a lift from a couple of positive Street mentions, one of which was Cowen & Co.’s Colby Synesael raising his rating to Outperform from Market Perform, and the other of which was an initiation of coverage by Buckingham Research‘s James Ratcliffe, who starts the stock at a Buy, with [...]

Home Sales Report: All-Cash Buyers Drop to Lowest Level Since November 2009

RealtyTrac released its May 2015 U.S. Home & Foreclosure Sales Report, which shows that all-cash sales are down to their lowest levels since November 2009 — down almost 6% from last year and almost 4% from the previous month. In fact, cash sales seem to be heading back down to more normal long-term levels. May also saw [...]Show More Summary

Ken Griffin’s Palm Beach Neighbor In For A World Of Pain

Watch out, owner of the one house on Blossom Way that stands between the four Griffin bought in 2012 and the one he bought last month.

Intel: Departure of James a Good Thing After Software Botch, Says Citi

Following Intel‘s (INTC) announcement earlier today of a raft of personnel changes, Christopher Danely with Citigroup reiterates a Neutral rating on the shares, and a $32 price target, writing that the departure of Renée James, who ran the software business, is a positive, given “due to the lack of growth and low profitability of its software business under the leadership [...]

Yelp Tumbles 11%: Google, Facebook Copying, Not Courting, Says Axiom

Shares of online local listings and review site Yelp (YELP) are down $4.61, or 11%, at $37.83, following a story this afternoon by Bloomberg‘s Alex Sherman stating that the company has decided not to pursue a sale of itself despite hiring Goldman...Show More Summary

Pondering the Current Pivot Point in the SP500

On what level should we be focusing right now in the S&P 500? Let’s zoom-in to pinpoint this current pivot level and plan accordingly: As I’ve been highlighting to members, price has been in a stable trading range between the 2,120/2,130 upper resistance and 2,080 lower support. Monday’s “Greece is falling apart again!” news triggered a breakdown away [...]

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