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Chris Ryon of the Thornburg Funds describes the values to be found in tax-free municipal bonds. Investor fears of government defaults are -- for the most part -- overblown.
Jim may not be a fan of the monarchy, but even he admits that the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton was a lot of fun to watch. Are there any stocks that may benefit from all this British pomp and circumstance?
May 1st is only three days away and that brings to the fore the old Wall Street adage "Sell in May and Go Away." But the summer stock market can actually be quite profitable if you know which industry sectors to avoid.
The future for Ford Motor and all of the U.S. carmakers looks very bright, but short-term caution is warranted.
Electric utilities are supposed to be boring, but AES is a wild cowboy looking for more thrills outside the U.S. Buying Ohio's cash-flow-rich DPL is a way for AES to finance its international adventures.
Posco is the world's third-largest steel manufacturer and its first-quarter earnings were less than stellar. But that's so yesterday. Jim thinks the future of steel looks bright.
Looking for companies that are boosting their cash distributions each and every quarter? Look no further than MLPs. If you want specific names, read on.
The good news is that Bill Gross will be managing a fixed-income ETF similar to the market-beating PIMCO Total Return Fund. The bad news is that the ETF won't be identical to the PIMCO Total Return Fund.
If you think gold is topping out at $1,500, you are much more optimistic about the U.S. Dollar than Jim is.
Chinese Internet stocks are on fire right now. Jim names names, including information on when the "Facebook of China" is slated to go public on the New York Stock Exchange. It's happening sooner than you may think!