Stocks (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) are pushing higher with all three indices notching new all-time highs, as earnings keep the good times rolling. Will Facebook keep the party alive? And, an Apple supplier plant … coming to Wisconsin? Why this could just be the beginning. Plus, a look ahead to everything you need to know about tomorrow, which will be a massive day for the tech trade. Catch The Final Round at 4 p.m. with Myles Udland and Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer .
Winners and losers
Stocks on the move lower today include Amgen, as the drugmaker’s revised forecast was below Street estimates; Amedisys as Mizuho downgraded the home health provider to neutral with a $50 price target; and Wynn Resorts, with investors cashing out of the casino operator as it reported more weakness in its Macau gaming business.
Stocks in the green today include AMD as the chipmaker gave strong current quarter and full year guidance on the back of strong demand; AT&T on an earnings and revenue beat as it revealed it expect to close the Time Warner deal by end of the year; and Boeing, with shares of the Dow component soaring after it boosted its full year forecast and saw its Dreamliner add $530 million in cash in the past quarter.
Are women better investors than men?
If a professional helps invest your money, the statistics say it is probably a man. But are you actually hurting your portfolio by not entrusting your investments with a woman? Yahoo Finance’s Julia La Roche is here to talk about a new study that shows female investors outperform their male peers.