Morgan Stanley: Buying Intel Ahead of Q3 09 Earnings

Intel

Intel Corp. (NASDAQ:INTC) shares are trading under $1 away from its 52-week high, now in the high $19 range, and with Q3 2009 earnings to be reported next Tuesday (Oct 13rd) to you buy before the call?  Better ask Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS).

37% Return in 2009?

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Gasp I say!  If you were an investor in closed-end municipal bond funds, that is the type of return you would be looking at...

JPMorgan Auction Not as Transparent as It Seems

JP Morgan

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) Since the downfall of Lehman Brothers, many of the biggest Wall Street banks have moved in lock step with one another, as if to assume there is safety in numbers. Everyone took the bailout money at the same time (not that they had much choice), and now

Citi Finally Relents to Breakup

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C)

Too little too late

Doug Kass's 2009 Predictions

Doug Kass

Some good stuff from Doug Kass, tickers discussed include: BX, CCL, DIS, MS, MSFT, NWS, NYT, YHOO.

2009: "Enormous Comeback for Financials"

Bear Market

 

Really?

Phillip Morris International Buyback: "Substantially Ahead"

Phillip Morris International

Phillip Morris International (NYSE:PM) presented today at a Morgan Stanely (NYSE:MS) conference.

TARP Recipients to Date

Treasury

Here is the list to date of those firms that have taken money from the Treasury under the TARP Plan.

Banks to Get Gov't Cash This Week

The Treasury confirmed this morning that they will begin to disperse billion to US banks this week. Big banks like Citi (C), JP Morgan (JPM), Well Fargo (WFC), and Bank of America (BAC), former brokers like Morgan Stanley (MS) and reional baks like PNC (PNC) financial are all lined up to recieve their allowance.

Wells Fargo Forced Into TARP plan

I can't get behind a plan that forced private companies to make the gov't a partner when they actually do not need it....Remember, this is just weeks after had said that injecting capital directly into banks would appear to be a sign of "failure."

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