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Trade of the Day: Amkor Technology (AMKR)

AMKR is a cheap stock in a thriving industry. When it gets rolling, it's unstoppable for days and weeks at a time. More 

Trade of the Day: Manitowoc Company (MTW)

Despite lackluster Q3 earnings, this industrial equipment company did especially well in the last few sessions after two new analyst ratings. The Profit Scanner expects a 27%–33% move higher from the Friday close. More 

Trade of the Day: Take-Two Interactive Software (TTWO)

Although we are in a favorable time of the year for stocks, a quick stock pullback cannot be ruled out. More 

Trade of the Day: First Bancorp (FBP)

FBP's most recent earnings demonstrate that this regional bank is more than holding its own in what would otherwise be a grim interest-rate environment and lackluster local lending market. More 

Trade of the Day: 1 800 Flowers (FLWS)

The growth of internet and mobile shopping has been good for FLWS More 

Trade of the Day: Gilead Sciences (GILD)

All signals point to a bullish trend, and as we dive back into the market after taking a pause, I’ve noticed that the health care sector is gaining momentum. Today, I’d like to look into a biotech position that has great growth potential. More 

Trade of the Day: Agnico Eagle Mines (AEM)

A strong dollar generally means weak commodity prices, and that is the case now. To help you take advantage, today’s trade recommendation is a bearish option play on a Canada-based gold miner. More 

Trade of the Day: GoldCorp (GG)

Unfortunately for gold-bugs, the dollar has remained very strong and inflation isn’t rising. The sector is weak, the metal is still above long-term support levels, and we expect that some of the most troubled stocks over the last two years will take another dive to the downside. More 

Trade of the Day: SinoCoking Coal and Coke Chemical (SCOK)

At the Nov. 12 close, Profit Scanner identified two intermediate-term bullish patterns on the chart for SCOK. More 

Trade of the Day: Twitter (TWTR)

The CEO of TWTR, Dick Costolo, has been coming under fire. More