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  • Could Tax Reform Unlock This Stock’s Full Value?

    3 days ago
    You may not recognize Altaba (AABA - NASDAQ), but it's the latest incarnation of Yahoo! With so much value staked in Alibaba (BABA - NASDAQ) and tax reform potentially aligning to unlock overseas assets without taking a hit, is AABA a steal at current levels?

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  • KO Exemplifies Slow and Steady

    4 days ago
    Given the decline in soft drink consumption, you might be surprised to find Coca-Cola (KO - NYSE) around all-time highs. After diversifying beyond just Coke to stay relevant, how much higher can KO go before fizzling out?

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  • After BWLD, Is WEN Next?

    5 days ago
    Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD - NASDAQ) set the stock market ablaze when private-equity firm Roark Capital offered to buy the company for $150 per share. The 24% single-day lift-off in BWLD has sharp traders on the lookout for the next fast-food chain to receive a takeover bid, and it just might be Wendy's (WEN - NASDAQ).

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  • Is URBN Bucking the Retail Mold?

    6 days ago
    Would you dare touch a retail stock in the teen apparel niche? Urban Outfitters (URBN - NASDAQ) is nursing a small loss year-to-date, however it's up 50% since its August lows and now back above the 200-day moving average. Could URBN be on the verge of a new long-term uptrend?

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  • Oprah Made 500% on This Stock

    7 days ago
    With shares reeling to all-time lows near $7 in October 2015, investors scoffed when Oprah Winfrey disclosed a big investment in Weight Watchers (WTW - NYSE). But Oprah's getting the last laugh -- plus a 500% profit -- because WTW is currently trading at $43.75 and it just might go higher.

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  • Can GILD Stop the Bleeding?

    10 days ago
    Gilead Sciences (GILD - NASDAQ) popped over 30% this summer, but has since given most of it back. With GILD now finding support at the 200-day moving average, a trader bought 10,000 GILD 74 strike calls expiring December 1 for $1.20 each.

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