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Nov

Bank of America Says Apple Is A "Buy", Due To High Demand For iPhone 5

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Bank of America Corp (BAC) has reiterated their opinion of Apple Inc. (AAPL)'s stock being holding a "Buy" rating. The research done by BoA analysts, which was taken from 237 of the 360 Apple Stores worldwide, indicates that iPhone 5 demand is still high among consumers, and they believe it will drive the stock continually upward.
 

Thu
01
Nov

If You Want To Buy SAIC Inc., It May Be Advantageous To Buy A Call Option Instead

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Why buy shares in SAIC (SAI) when you can buy an in the money call option with much lower risk, and almost all of the upside?

Are you worried about time decay eating away your capital like you may have experienced before? I will show you how you can sometimes avoid time decay and still get the limited risk of owning an option and total upside potential

Sun
14
Oct

Is Ballmer Still the Right Guy for Microsoft?

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StockSaints – Anyone holding their breath on the hopes that software giant Microsoft (MSFT) will once again dominate the tech sector as it did in the mid-to-late 90s should also consider investing in some scuba gear to find that ship that has long sailed – if not sunken entirely.

Wed
27
Jun

What Is Google Really Thinking This Time?

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StockSaintsAs much as I want to give Google (GOOG) the benefit of the doubt here, it just seems that this deal with Sirius XM (SIRI) is another example of where Google tries too hard to go “tit-for-tat” with Apple (AAPL). Google sometimes fail to realize that Apple is taking it on a wild goose chase.

While this might be a good thing for Sirius XM, as this licensing deal will certainly be another revenue stream for the company, Google, on the other hand, needs to remember that there was a reason why the broadcast networks were never too enamored with the original idea of a Google TV.

Mon
06
Feb

What Is A Simulated Trading Account And Why Should I Use One?

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Simulated trading accounts / simulated trading, often called “paper trading”, “virtual trading”, “virtual account”, or simply "Sims" or "Sim Account" is generally a trading account setup by a broker to provide a real life experience of trading without actually using real money. A sim account can be very simple; a personal journal with the trader looking up the closing price could be a sim account, to very sophisticated broker accounts that try to closely mimic true buys and sells along with tracking profit and loss in real time.

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