The following video is from a very special Halloween edition of Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analysts Tim Hanson and Matt Koppenheffer dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.

Visa's  fourth-quarter revenue rose 9%, but profits fell 28%. Starbucks posted some strong numbers: Fourth-quarter profits are up 34%, with global same-store sales up 7%. Shares of hhgregg took a hit, with second-quarter profit and revenue for the electronics retailer both lower than expected. And Carbo Ceramics exploded today, with the boom in North American fracking driving third-quarter results up way above what analysts expected. In this segment, Tim and Matt take a look at four stocks making moves today.

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