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The Week Ahead: Nail Down These Themes

realmoneypro.thestreet.com — The Week Ahead: Nail Down These Themes If you thought 2014 would be the year of the stock-picker, your view has been confirmed by the March-quarter results we've received thus far. Just last week, Morgan Stanley (MS) and General Electric (GE) posted solid figures, while Google (GOOG) and IBM (IBM) missed expectations.

This Chart Shows Why 2014 Could Be the Year of Energy Stocks: StockTwits

thestreet.com — NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- If you've seen sizable returns in 2014 you've either picked the right stocks, or more importantly, you've been investing in the right sector. The two strongest sectors of the year, so far, have been energy and utilities. The largest utilities exchange-traded fund, the Utilities SPDR , is up 13% this year.

Walmart Launches 'Low-Cost' Money Wire Service

thestreet.com — Walmart is adding to the list of financial services that it provides for under-banked and unbanked consumers by launched a low-cost money wire transfer service that it says will allow consumers to transfer money for up to 50% less than other wire transfers.. Wal-Mart Stores Inc(WMT)
RT @TheStreet: .@Walmart provides financial services, including new "low cost" money wires, for its under-banked consumers: http://t.co/8CC…

The Most Messed Up Thing Cable TV Does to Its Customers

thestreet.com — NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Pursuant to Tuesday's Why We Don't Quit Cable TV, I crunched some numbers ... What I pay now for television versus what I would pay if I cut the cord. That is -- jettisoned DIRECTV . Because of my job, it's not a parallel comparison.
Performing nicely thx, in part, to @yahoo.com pickup. My story on cable TV, cord cutting & the local sports blackout thestreet.com/story/12675104…
The Most Messed Up Thing Cable TV Does to Its Customers thestreet.com/story/12675104… @TheStreet I'm pretty sure I recall writing this.