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Economic data coming out of the U.S. and Europe is as depressing as it gets. Is there anything an investor can do?
Fund manager Derek Rollingson of ICON Financial (ICFSX) believes that financial stocks will reward patient investors.
Yahoo! shareholders are mad as heck and aren't going to take it anymore. Current Yahoo! management doesn't want to lose control, but they may not have a choice.
Investors tend to chase performance, buying when prices are high and selling when prices are low. Consistency is the key to avoiding the pitfalls of investing.
Prem Watsa is Canada's Warren Buffett. He is currently both bearish on the U.S. stock market and bullish on a nearly-nationalized Irish Bank, as well as troubled smartphone company Research in Motion. Go figure.
AT&T is battling the U.S. government over its plan to acquire competing wireless carrier T-Mobile USA. Hasn't anybody told AT&T that the government always wins?
Dividend yield is nice but shareholder yield (dividend yield plus stock buybacks) is even better.
Jim offers up some stocks that would benefit from the tax cuts and spending increases in President Obama's $447 billion jobs bill.
Fund Manager Daniel Neiman explains which stocks to profit from now that S&P has downgraded the U.S. credit rating.
Investing in bank stocks isn't as profitable as it used to be.