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The U.S. political process over budget deficits has broken down in Washington and the result is that Standard & Poor's is getting perilously close to downgrading U.S. sovereign debt for the first time since credit ratings were established in 1917. What a disgrace for us all.
Larry Seruma, portfolio manager of the Nile Pan Africa Fund (NAFAX), offers up some promising investment ideas in the dark continent.
Real estate listings site Zillow (NasdaqGM: Z) has doubled in its first day of trading, but buyers beware. Most IPOs don't go up much after this first-day pop.
According to the Dow Theory, the overall stock market has no momentum and isn't going anywhere fast. But that doesn't mean that select stocks aren't ready to shoot higher. Read on to find seven stocks shooting higher.
Google + may be a Facebook killer.
If the United States defaults on its debt, most investments will decline in value, but a select few will buck the tide. Guns, anyone?
ConocoPhillips wants to duplicate the stock outperformance of Marathon Oil by spinning off its refining operations. It may succeed, but it's a short-term gimmick.
Italian stocks have taken a beating on debt worries, but Italy is no Greece. Jim provides a list of nine Italian stocks that could do very well after the financial crisis passes.
Strategic Latin America Fund is one of the few Latin American funds available to U.S. investors that has its advisor actually headquartered in Latin America. From his privileged vantage point in La Paz, Bolivia, fund manager Heiner Skaliks says opportunities abound throughout South America.
If you're upset with the owner lockouts of players in both the NFL and NBA, join the club. Since the billionaire owners of sports teams always seem to win in these disputes, why not invest in some of them? You might as well make some money waiting for the games to begin.