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Free Research Reports on COH, CREE, GOOG and IBM Issued by the Bedford Report

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NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 01/24/13 -- The Bedford Report has released new equity reports today. As a leading provider of free in depth reports and timely market updates, Bedford is an essential resource for hundreds of thousands of investors across the country.

Coach, Inc. (NYSE: COH) shares of the luxury retailer fell 16 percent on over 46 million shares traded Wednesday, which was nearly 12 times the average daily volume. The company's earnings of $1.23 per share in the second quarter fell short of analysts' expectations of $1.28 per share. "We were disappointed by our performance in North America, where the holiday season proved challenging," CEO Lew Frankfort said.

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Cree, Inc. (NASDAQ: CREE) shares soared over 22 percent on nearly 8 times the average daily volume Wednesday. The company reported revenue increased 14 percent to $346 million in the fiscal second quarter, which was a new quarterly record.

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Google Inc., (NASDAQ: GOOG) lead the tech sector rally Wednesday gaining 6 percent on over 5 million shares traded, which was more than double the average daily volume. The company reported revenues in the fourth quarter surged 36 percent year-over-year to $14.43 billion.

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International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) shares spiked 5 percent on over 10.5 million shares traded Wednesday. The company reported diluted earnings of $14.37 per share for the full year 2012, which was a year-over-year increase of 10 percent. Diluted EPS have seen double digit gains for ten consecutive years.

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