Looking to Pick Up Jilted Stocks

It has been quite an earnings season so far, with all kinds of interesting stock moves. The overall market is up more than 4% for the month of October, and that is hardly spooky for investors and traders.

As for the big-name betting-slip stocks, gamblers have piled in and pushed the shares to some rather large gains on the month. Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) is among the leaders in this class -- the stock is up 23% on a 15% earnings gain in the quarter. Google (GOOG) is up a nice 12% on the month as traders piled in after its earnings report, pushing the stock over the magical $1,000-a-share mark. It seem that everybody wanted to join the party, as stocks such as Southwest Airlines (LUV), McKesson (MCK) and Baker Hughes (BHI) were all up more than 15% after the companies reported earnings....605 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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