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Critical Alerts for Morgan Stanley, Dow Chemical, American Eagle Outfitters, Biogen, and Riverbed Technology Released by Seven Summits Research

Seven Summits Research issues PriceWatch Alerts for MS, DOW, AEO, BIIB, and RVBD.

Today's PriceWatch Alerts cover the following stocks: Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS), The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. (NYSE: AEO), Biogen Idec Inc. (Nasdaq: BIIB), and Riverbed Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: RVBD).

In today's unsure markets these brief PriceWatch Alerts contain concise detailed strategies for each covered stock and include position protection tactics designed to potentially defend investors from unexpected market shifts. While other market reports only provide stock news and opinion, we offer strategies that position investments against uncertainty and increase chances of making a profit, even if a stock goes down.

"Our PriceWatch Alerts go beyond other market reports. Along with a brief concise overview, each PriceWatch Alert provides useful strategies, which ensure potential investments are protected with basic hedging techniques," says Reid Stratton, Seven Summits Senior Analyst. "These brief company reports contain information that can benefit expert and novice investors who want to stay ahead of the market."

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