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What does “Buy, Sell, Hold” mean? Comparing Stockbroker and Analyst Ratings

When issuing stock recommendations, brokers and analysts may use the same terminologies but may differ in the meaning of the recommendations. For example, a “Buy” rating — as opposed to “Strong Buy” — may mean that the stock is “projected to increase in value in a longer-term duration”, while “Strong Buy” may mean that the …

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Stocks are falling: Is this the same as 2008 recession?

This feels like deja vu. Markets fluctuating wildly due to rumors of another global recession, stock prices freefalling in unprecedented levels, wary investors holding on to paper losses while hoping everything will be all right — this looks like 2007-2008 all over again.

Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility — a bad move?

Search engine giant Google recently announced it is purchasing Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc., the former Mobile Devices Division of Motorola, for $12.5 billion. According to Google, the move was meant to protect its Android operating software from intellectual property lawsuits. But was it a good move?

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