Wall Street to Main Street: News, Views and Commentary: April 5, 2006

It’s Wednesday April 5, 2006, the first quarter of the year has ended and institutions have been shifting their funds around because its that time of the year. Some of the big movers are in the financial industry such as Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), since January of this year the stock has made tremendous movement from the $127.00 range to where it closed on Tuesday at $161.00. This is a company that is still trading about 30 to 40 points below where its potential is, bare in mind that Investment Banking, mergers and acquisitions are in full swing, and this is where they make their big money. Another company is Lehman Brothers (NYSE: LEH) they have jumped from the $128.00 range in January to $147.13 where it closed on Tuesday, for the same reason as Goldman Sachs and the stock still has legs to make further movement.

Merrill Lynch (NYSE: MER) is nothing to sneeze at either as the company has seen upside movement going from $67.95 in early January to where it closed on Tuesday at $80.33. So this is an industry that investors may want to continue to look at. One company that has not faired as well is Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) that moved 6 points in the past three months. More details please visit:-https://researchsnipers.com/ https://auroson.net/ https://entrepreneursnews.org/

Shuffle Master

Now to a stock that we have mentioned several times on “Wall Street to Main Street” , back when it was at $25.00 and that is Shuffle Master (NASDAQ: SHFL), over the past few weeks the stock has climbed from the $25.00 range to the $35.00 range breaking its 52 week high , this is amidst various downgrades and doubts. I’m not going to go into the history of Shuffle Master, when it when it went public and traded in the single digits, but I am going to tell you that the company has the potential to trade higher as United States based casinos start to expand in Asia. This will continue to be a big boost for the company’s products such as their well known card shufflers and their poker, blackjack, baccarat and pai gow poker-based table games. The CEO Mark Yoseloff is guiding the company in the right direction and has been doing a great job, so investors may want to take a look at Shuffle Master.

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