CNBC's Closing Bell Recap on Friday, February 13, 2009

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Recap of "Closing Bell" - 2/13/09

Ockham's daily Recap of Closing Bell.

Listed below are stocks that were mentioned on CNBC's Closing Bell on Friday February, 13th.

The last hour of the trading day can be extremely important as volatile swings can work with or against the investor. CNBC’s Closing Bell hosted by the duo of Maria Bartiromo and Dylan Ratigan will guide investors into the end of the day’s trading live from the NYSE. Interviews with industry movers and shakers lend unique viewpoints to the day’s events. Stocks mentioned during the two hour program (beginning at 3pm ET) are listed below with accompanying research.

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CNBC - Closing Bell Stock Commentary for 2/13/2009

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“… >> it's a great marketing on top of that, the subject matter is very timely and audiences want to see the bad guy, which is the bank, take a hit and get knocked down a few pegs, and I think that will play well. >> one factor working in SONY's favor -- it's a fast-paced action film set around the world, not at all a slow-paced account of bank dealings. Increasing its escapist appeal to moviegoers who have driven …” …more details…
“… Portraying a bank as a villain? Cnbc'stin is working that story. >> well, maria, we'll see what americans think this weekend after the weekend box office SONY columbia's international hits theaters today. It's featuring the international bank of business and credit, which is based loosely on the 1991 collapse of the bank of credit and commerce international, which was linked …” …more details…
“… Says it will offer buyouts to 18,000 employees as part of a cost-cutting plan announced last >>> ubs is upgrade inging RALCORP from buy to neutral. They tell clients they will continue to see increased savings from its acquisitions of >>> the federal reserve announcing all of its monetary policy meetings this year will …” …more details…
“… Says it will offer buyouts to 18,000 employees as part of a cost-cutting plan announced last >>> UBS is upgrade inging ralcorp from buy to neutral. They tell clients they will continue to see increased savings from its acquisitions of >>> the federal reserve announcing all of its monetary policy meetings this year will …” …more details…
“… World was engaging in leverage, cash, earning money market rates at less than 1%. Today, when the market's in disarray, he's able to lend to companies like HARLEY-DAVIDSON at 15%. >> I just dispute all of that. First of all, he has no net cash. As of the end of september he had 34 billion, or 32 billion in …” …more details…
“… The leverage point, thomas. >> well, the leverage that's being referred to is inherent in he's really investing berkshire's reinsurance float, which is non-callable and has a very long duration. That's not going to be the issue with berkshire hathaway going I think the most important thing is here's a person who's …” …more details…
“… Because of the position he's in. >> I don't recommend investing in berkshire hathaway. It's gone down. It's way overvalued compared to all kinds of other insurance companies. You can buy -- if you want to invest in insurance companies, look at hartford or PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL group. If you want to invest in the same names as him, that's great. But don't expect the same results because he uses well, what about that point? …” …more details…
“… Warren buffett is perhaps the most successful investor of all investors are eagerly awaiting berkshire hathaway's annual report, due on march 1st. For clues on what the oracle of omaha has been betting on. Can piggybacking on buffett's picks make you a successful joining me now, mark haight, president of haight capital …” …more details…
“… United micro, texas instruments, and mbmc. The ticker is wfr. We also heard care ras & company initiating some buy recommendations on apple and ibm and the hardware space. And then there's been some strength in some of the software names as well. Palm, for example, got upgrade it was paired with a downgraded rim. …” …more details…
“… United micro, texas instruments, and mbmc. The ticker is wfr. We also heard care ras & company initiating some buy recommendations on APPLE and ibm and the hardware space. And then there's been some strength in some of the software names as well. Palm, for example, got upgrade it was paired with a downgraded rim. …” …more details…
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