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    Stock Analysis

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    Stock Picks and Analysis Choosing two profitable stocks amongst a myriad of potential alternatives is a daunting task to say the least. In order to narrow my choices from thousands to two, I examined several aspects of companies I was interested in. Among these were, company overview, alpha and beta ratings, price ratios, price charts, and company headlines. After evaluating this information, I chose Intuit INC (INTU) listed on the NASDAQ and Johnson and Johnson (JNJ) listed on the NYSE. Intuit

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    Penny Stock Analysis

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    Analyzing Penny Stocks By Chris Johansen Feb 13, 2013 Getting a good penny stock takes a bit of leg work, some research, impeccable timing, and maybe even a little luck. Penny stocks, also known as micro-load stocks, are stocks traded through off the major exchange for significantly less money than traditional stocks. Penny stocks generally trade at less than $5.00 a share. Since these stocks are traded "over the counter", most investors buy and sell them without a broker. This requires investors

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    Rite Aid Stock Analysis

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    chain in the United States, Rite Aid Corporation. I chose to analyze Rite Aid Corp. because our family owns approximately 1200 shares and we have taken quite a loss on our investment. We are in the process of deciding whether or not we should sell our stock. Additionally, my Mother has been a pharmacist at Rite Aid Corp for 11 years and she often pays close attention to the financial stability of the company. We both feel that when you are employed by a corporation, that the corporation should be financially

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    Stock Performance Analysis Ulta’s stock performance from 2010 to the present has been positive. According to Yahoo Finance (n.d.), in Jan 2010 Ulta’ stock was around $19.40 per share and in January of 2015 the price per share was around $126.84. The company has experienced an increase of $137.88 from 2010 to 2015 which is a 610% percent increase. Ulta’s stocks have increased steadily over the past five and a half years, based on the highest closing price per year. The price per share was $34.95 in

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    Stock Index Analysis

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    Answer: A stock index is defined as “is a compilation of stocks constructed in such a manor to track a particular market, sector, commodity, currency, bond, or other asset” (Kennedy, n.d.). The stock index is either a) value weighted – each stock is weighted by its market capitalization or b) price weighted - each stock is weighted by its price (Whaley, 2007). Value weighted Indexes – Assuming no. of shares outstanding is ni,t , current price per share is pi,t , and N is no. of stocks in the index

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    An Analysis of Cisco's Stock Market

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    Industry: Networking Price Target: USD $32.50 Highlights: Absolute Return Target Price $32.50 Current Price $23 Upside Potential 50% I recommend a strong buy on Cisco’s stock with a target price of $32.50, a 50% upside from its current price. Cisco has a solid competitive advantage, because there are not many strong competitors in the market. The other firms show a higher P/E ratio than Cisco because they have a lower market

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    In the course of years of stock market study, two quite distinct schools of thought have arisen, two radically different methods of arriving at the answers to the trader’s problem of what and when. In the street jargon, one of these is commonly referred to as the fundamental analysis or statistical, and the other as the technical. The term technical in its application to the stock market has come to have a special meaning. It refers to the study of the action of the market itself as opposed to the

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    Analysis of UBS Stock Price

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    BS Analysis UBS Financials The table below presents a few of the most important financial key statistics of UBS as of 11 Mar 2014 (currency in USD). Income Statement Revenue (TTM) 33.43B Revenue (Quarterly YOY Growth) 1.95% EPS Diluted (TTM) 0.8985 Net Income (TTM) 3.651B Profitability Profit Margin (Quarterly) 14.50% Dividend Dividend Yield 1.36% Dividend 0.28 Current Valuation Market Cap 80.45B Enterprise Value 64.84B Price to Book Value 1.494 P/E (TTM) 23.6 EPS (TTM) 0.89

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    Over the past thirty days Coca Cola Stock seemed to remain stagnant. While over a long portion of time Coca Cola could be very profitable, as of right now it seems to be a constant range of $40 to $42. The risk with investing in Coca Cola stock is that if one were to be wanting to make money with this stock it would take a very long time. It is more the type of stock someone buys in order to retain their money instead of make money. This is not a bad thing in the long run, but if someone were obtaining

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    Introduction to Stock Prediction Stock market prediction means predicting the values of stock in near future. It helps in making the decision regarding whether to buy the stock or not. Several approaches have been tried out to predict the stock values of any listed company. Prediction methodologies fall into three broad categories [4] 1) Fundamental Analysis. 2) Technical Analysis. 3) Technological methods. Fundamental Analysts are concerned with the company that underlies the stock itself. They evaluate

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