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Investment Ideas Watch stocks you care about The single, easiest way to keep track of all the stocks that matter.....The American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting kicks off today. The scientific conference is the premier place for oncology
Every quarter, many money managers have to disclose what they've bought and sold, via "13F" filings. Their latest moves can shine a bright light on smart stock picks. Today let's look at Tocqueville Asset Management, a portfolio manager with a
Feeding the bears Higher One was a promising trailblazer a few years ago, offering colleges and their coeds a cost-efficient way to manage financial aid and refunds. There have been a few hiccups along the way, and now growth has slowed dramatically.
Can't-Miss Health-Care Events This Week Don't let it get away!...Earnings are once again going to steal the spotlight this week, with four of the five can't-miss stories in the health-care sector revolving around earnings reports. There is, however,
Exelixis execs win bonuses, pay boosts as first cancer drug hits market Exelixis President and CEO Michael Morrissey, who will make $700,000 this year, received a 2012 bonus of $373,786. Exelixis Inc.'s top five executives will collect more than $1.1
But Cometriq's approval for the niche market of medullary thyroid cancer, or MTC, won't deliver blockbuster revenues, so the company continues to seek more profitable indications...Label expansion Exelixis rode investor confidence all the way to
S Exelixis has announced the availability of Cometriq (cabozantinib), indicated for medullary thyroid cancer (MTC), in the US. Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy is distributing the product across the US...The receptor tyrosine kinases play a vital role in
Exchange-traded funds offer a convenient way to invest in sectors or niches that interest you...Instead of trying to figure out which companies will perform best , you can use this ETF to invest in lots of them simultaneously. The basics ETFs often
Companies are selected by screening on finviz.com for abrupt 5% or greater price drops last week...Five super falls -- one superball With the S&P 500 up a modest 0.5% through Friday, you might think last week was a pretty good one for investors.
A pre-emptive strike from Health Management Associates directed at an upcoming segment on CBS News' 60 Minutes program didn't keep the company's shares from losing ground Friday. HMA shares were off 3% to $7.83 in recent activity after the company