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Will these companies continue to defy logic and confound value investors? And will they continue to reach new highs based on their potential to deliver results? Or will investor sentiment change, causing these companies to get pummeled? Z ) is
Special to The Globe and Mail Last updated Monday, Jun. 17 2013, 4:28 PM EDT Did you know financial advisers who are only licensed to sell mutual funds outnumber the advisers licensed to give advice on individual stocks by a factor of three to one?
announced that it has agreed to acquire web fraud detection and security software provider Silver Tail Systems...Subjecting to certain closing conditions, the acquisition is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2012. In the past year,
reported revenues of US$13.98 billion , down 16% from revenues of US$16.61 billion in the same quarter of 2011. Pfizer shares slumped US$0.34 (or -1.37%) to US$24.53 on hefty volume of 44.75 million shares, above its average volume of 26.90 million
began the trading session with a price of US$37.14 and throughout the session tumbled to a low of US$36.48 . When day-trade ended, the stock finally slumped 2.17% to US$36.60 ...Pennystocksinsiders.com refers insider trading data to professional
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