The Top Ten Stocks for Jan. 22

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Jan. 22 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Adam Johnson and Matt Miller report on today’s ten most important stocks including Apple, Norfolk Southern and Netflix. (Source: Bloomberg)

Number 10 is apple, up half of one percent.

Karl is saying he purchased $500 million worth of apple shares, freeing a total stake worse -- worth.

On the phone today, he will join us momentarily to talk about his big bet on apple among other things.

The third-largest out?

Yes.

He is putting his money where his mouth is.

Teflon reports earnings.

It beats the analyst estimate by about a penny.

Higher revenue from its jet, helicopter businesses, as well as industrial.

Number eight, ibm, three percent and the biggest decline of the dow.

Revenue fell for a seventh straight quarter.

Ibm's hardware business.

Yes.

Cannot blame him.

Technologies up about one percent, and forth quarter earnings beat estimates thanks to a last minute deal with canada, postponing the handover of the aircraft.

Blackberry is up eight percent.

The smart phone maker plans to sell most of its real estate.

This is the latest move to try to win back confidence.

They have got to sell the property.

Re-contract.

Number five, coaches down six percent after saying north american same-store sales fell 14%. heard by competition in probably the more luxury handbag segment, came in the holiday season that saw many retailers with promotions to draw weary shoppers.

They're on a thin line.

A lot of people have been deciding it is not.

They're going down market.

Basically copycat on sales.

I do not like their handbags.

If you do not like their handbags, the style is not there.

Way too many outlet stores.

Every time i go to one, i see a coat very it feels like you're in an outlet store whenever.

All right, number four, general dynamics up four percent, climbing the most in nine months.

Hired business sales, and said it would step up sales repurchases.

It is projected to jump 11%. climbing nearly five percent after posting fourth-quarter profit heard the second-largest eastern railroad with more agricultural products.

It is great looking.

There is the horn.

The new york stock exchange can wayne.

Number 2 -- forecasting a deeper than expected drop in the fourth quarter.

Like other chip makers, and d curved by a downturn in pc sales.

People still buy those?

You still have a pc.

At home, you don't have a pc at home?

No.

i remember when i got my laptop, i thought that thing was so hot.

I have not used it in six months.

Number one, netflix.

Likely subscribers rose to 33.1 billion.

Can they sustain that kind of growth?

We will have those earnings come

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