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This Week in Barron's: Episodes

This Week in Barron's: The 3-D printer is the newest technology trend, but for investors looking to capitalize on this trend, they need to find the true players in the market; Luggage maker, Samsonite, is set for growth with a strong foothold in Asia, where experts predict an increase in travel originating ...
This Week in Barron's: The Yum Brand, which operates KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell, is very popular in China and has been wooing new diners by adding a Chinese touch to the westernized menus, some think this could lead to robust earnings growth; FTD's stock, the flower-delivery company, flying under ...
This Week in Barron's: As the middle class in emerging markets continues to grow ... so does their taste for luxury items, such as chocolate, and chocolate's demand is soaring as production of cocoa has been stagnant; This harsh winter could be an opportunity for patient investors, when the weather ...
This Week in Barron's: Most of the country is recovering from this winter's heavy snowfalls, meanwhile ski resorts are having their best year since the recession with snowfall totals more than double the average and a nice bump from the Winter Olympics; The airline industry has seen lots of consolidation, ...
This Week in Barron's: Valentine's day is nearing and consumers will load up on flowers and candy but chances are your sweetheart will prefer artisanal chocolates to the Whitman's sampler; With a couple of trend lines broken this year already some think 2014 could be a bumpy ride for investors; The ...
This Week in Barron's: Successful U.S. dieting company Weight Watchers will probably report anemic earnings in a few weeks but they have launched new efforts that are aimed at boosting recruitment and increasing male membership; As emerging markets continue to give investors jitters, frontier markets ...
This Week in Barron's: With a good number of the big auto makers rolling out new models, the 5th largest, Hyundai, is facing all sort of head winds but analysts think its priced right and could see a change over the next year; Urban Outfitters reporter stronger sales for the holiday season, but that ...
This Week in Barron's: restaurant stocks have been popular lately with investors betting that consumers will start dining out more as the economy strengthens, but some market experts are on the opposite side of that speculation; The winter Olympics has spawned competition between official sponsors and ...
This Week in Barron's, Monday January 13th, Toronto based, Auto parts manufacturer, Magna, has seen its sales improve greatly as U.S. automakers make a comeback, over the next year the company's stock could see a rise in growth; With more than half of active funds beating the S&P; it's time to decide ...
This Week in Barron's: Forecasters are very optimistic for 2014 corporate earnings, which could take earnings into record high territory; With tablets and smartphones now mainstream the growth in the consumer electronics sector will likely slow; Orange juice could have a rough 2014, as orange farmers ...
This Week in Barron's: After 5 years of a bad run, housing prices have rebounded and some think this is a continuing trend; A look at the forecast from the 'Hulbert Financial Digest's' latest "Honor Roll of Advisors" and just how bullish will investors be in 2014; Visa and Mastercard are looking strong ...
This Week in Barron's: With the popularity of smart phones and tablets, cellular companies are looking to improve their networks and American Tower could directly benefit from such a trend; Going into 2014 Barron's looks at the stock-picking strategy "Dogs of the Dow" and how relevant it could be for ...
This Week in Barron's: after years of manic trading some market strategists think the market could return to a state of normalcy in 2014; The Christmas Tree industry expects good numbers as demand returns and new options of retailers are available; Deckers Outdoor, the maker of the popular 'Uggs' boot ...
This Week in Barron's: the world's largest private-sector coal company could see its stock improve possibly twofold; Game developer 'Take Two Interactive' has made moves to be more profitable; Adidas tries to push the envelope with new innovative running shoe; Danish brewer Carlsberg looks to return ...
This Week in Barron's: International Speedway has made some potentially profitable changes; a look at internet grocery shopping; ways to avoid the pitfalls of high earning expectations; China has set the mold for low-wage countries to climb the economic ladder.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week in Barron's, Monday August 12th, a look at Redbox owner Outerwall and its stock; tips for navigating emerging market equities; what stock should bargain hunters consider; The world's top-selling lock maker continues to excel as digital locks become the trend.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week in Barron's: As more people watch content online will cable television become a thing of the past? The IPO market looks white hot, Barron's takes a look at how long this will be a trend; August has historically been flat but is that really the case? Can Franklin Resources return to its days ...
This Week in Barron's: Home furnishing retailer, "Restoration Hardware", has seen its shares jump after it's restructuring but this week's Barron's isn't so rosy on the long term outlook; History tells us that we may be near a major market top; ETF's have become popular but investors need to be weary ...
This Week in Barron's: The European Union is making strides toward an economic recovery, albeit a tenuous one; The newest and biggest threats are now cyber-attacks which has spurred more spending in cyber-security; Trinity Biotech is rolling out more rapid point-of-care tests as it's diabetes-testing ...
This Week in Barron's: Immigration reform will eventually pass congress but if certain provisions are included some companies will benefit while others will suffer; A look at a tech company that provides protection for tiny chips in devices for big companies; Biotechnology companies are looking strong ...
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