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Now it’s time to dig deeper in search of individual long-term stock ideas. We’ll start with health care. The Not-Stupid school of investing is a Berkshire Hathaway-heavy strategy that takes its name from a quote by Charlie Munger, the less publicity ...
Globe and Mail · 7/14/2014
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. (NYSE:IFF), a leading global creator of flavors and fragrances for consumer products, today announced that Alison A. Cornell will join its management team as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer ...
istock Analyst · 5/29/2015
In Figure 1, Zimmer Holdings Inc. (ZMH), we see that a 15-minute shooting star on this 15-day chart indicates initial weakness following its breakout. To exit, we scale out of half the trade if price action gets one point under the low of the shooting star.
The Money Show · 8/1/2013
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At least five companies have received subpoenas in a federal investigation of contracts between makers of orthopedic devices and surgeons who implant artificial knees and ... firms are among the most highly rated stocks because their new technologies ...
usatoday30.usatoday.com · 3/31/2005
As the Supreme Court hearings get underway Monday, analysts say there’s more at stake than just the fate of President Obama’s health-care reform: The fortunes of a slew of health care stocks may also hang in the balance. A ruling on whether or not ...
Market Watch Commentary · 3/26/2012
Amgen, Inc.(NASDAQ:AMGN) which is a drug manufacturer of cancer and blood boosters for combating anemia put forth its 1Q profit that had doubled analysts’ measures and raised its prediction for annual strength of drug sales. In the late trading the ...
investorwired.com · 4/22/2015
European stocks are down -0.14% at a 1-1/2 month low after German Mar retail sales unexpectedly fell -2.3% m/m, the biggest monthly drop in 15 months. Also, Nokia Oyj is down nearly 8% after it reported Q1 profits that were below estimates, and ...
Inside Futures · 4/30/2015
After researching hundreds of companies, we've identified four main types of economic moats. Low-Cost Producer ... such as the artificial joint products from medical-device companies Zimmer (ZMH) or Stryker (SYK). After training to learn to use a specific ...
news.morningstar.com · 5/29/2015
FORTUNE — The year-to-date level of announced M&A activity in the health care sector is at its highest level since Thomson Reuters TRI began tracking such deals in 1980, hitting $153.5 billion. Approximately 71% of that volume is in the pharmaceutical ...
FORTUNE · 4/24/2014
Exactly what has happened to Rafael Nadal, and why does he suddenly seem so at risk on his favorite court in the world? Hawks forward DeMarre Carroll has been diagnosed with a sprained left knee, his agent said Thursday. His status for Game 2 against ...
ESPN Sports · ByGreg Garber · 5/1/2009