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Equities Twitter
Posted By : SusanJohhson
Posted On : November 16, 2014
Time : 11:39:27 AM
The shine in the Twitter stock seems to be fading away as the stock price continues to decline. This is further fueled by the junk credit rating issued by S
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Equities Yahoo
Posted By : SusanJohhson
Posted On : November 11, 2014
Time : 02:41:35 AM
Since Mayer took over the helm at Yahoo, she has acquired several small companies mostly startups. The objective is not only to acquire the unique products and applications but to also procure the best talents hired by these organizations. 
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Equities Tesla
Posted By : SusanJohhson
Posted On : November 16, 2014
Time : 11:30:36 AM
The company reported earnings on last Wednesday, which set the stock out on a roller coaster ride. The earnings report showed better than expected sales and profits. However, the company has lowered the forecast for the number of vehicles that will be delivered in the current year.
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Commodities Crude Oil
Posted By : James
Posted On : November 16, 2014
Time : 02:25:28 PM
Btw, what are the next big supports for Crude?
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Equities Apple
Posted By : James
Posted On : November 21, 2014
Time : 07:26:26 PM
Morgan Stanley analyst claiming stock has further to go ... when you think about it, P/E is still relatively low http://www.valuewalk.com/2014/11/apple-inc-aapl-room-to-grow/
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Currencies EUR/USD
Posted By : jboyle
Posted On : November 16, 2014
Time : 02:28:31 PM
How much is EUR/USD being used as funding currency now? Anyone has feedback on positioning... I think we could expect a rebound if positioning is too crowded...
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Equities Kellogg's
Posted By : James
Posted On : November 21, 2014
Time : 11:54:10 PM
Cheap P/E and high dividend yield. And they are most likely hedged against the price of corn ...
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Equities LVMH
Posted By : James
Posted On : November 21, 2014
Time : 11:51:57 PM
So I have a sweet spot for this company as I think luxury products have a bright future as more people moving from low class into the middle class around the world. Any views? The company also pays out a 2.5% dividend yield which seems quite attractive in this world of zero interest rates.
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