4 Stocks Making Moves -- SolarCity, Microsoft, CSX Corp and Nu Skin Enterprises
Jan 16th 2014 11:56PM
Updated Jan 16th 2014 11:58PM
In this video from Thursday's edition of Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analysts Tim Hanson and Morgan Housel dig deep into the top investing stories from the market today.
SolarCity hit a new all-time high today after Deutsche Bank initiated coverage on the stock with a buy rating. CSX Corp fell after it reported that fourth-quarter profits had fallen by 5%. Microsoft was down a bit today, but the real story was Bloomberg's report that Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg is now on the short list to replace Steve Ballmer later this year. And Nu Skin Enterprises fell big today, following an article in People's Daily alleging that the company was running a pyramid scheme. In this segment, the guys discuss four stocks making moves on the market today.
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