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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Halliburton is one of the leading providers of drilling and production services for shale extraction efforts globally. The natural gas boom resulting from higher oil prices and wider use of shale drilling have resulted in U.S. production increasing 20% from 2005-2010. … Continue reading
The common approach to using volume as a technical indicator is to consider rising volume as adding momentum to price movement. So if a stock is going up on rising volume then it may continue this trend for some time. … Continue reading
I learned about Focus Media (FMCN) (a digital media company that operates advertising networks using audiovisual digital displays in China) after reading the blog post of chessnwine. In his posting he commented that many of the Chinese companies that have been hurt … Continue reading
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group inc. (DPS) first came to my attention when it pushed its yield over 3% for the first time earlier this year. This was important news because many consider the coveted 3% yield to be that which brings the … Continue reading
The last month has been pretty awful for retailers’ shares, with continued high unemployment, fragile consumer confidence, and growing concern that the economic expansion is running out of steam. However, I see this as an opportunity to purchase an undervalued … Continue reading
Roberto Perdone believes that, besides the banking sector post-2008 financial crisis, there is no group that’s as hated and despised as solar stocks. For whatever reason, this entire complex has become a favorite target of short-sellers. There are so many … Continue reading