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Japan's economy is currently suffering a boatload of hurt, but savvy investors like Warren Buffett are already looking beyond the current recession to pick up Japanese stocks in the bargain bin.
The stock market has hit an air pocket and is in decline, at least temporarily. Retail and tech stocks are leading the way down. One industry group that is bucking the downward trend: master limited partnerships (MLPs). The reason for their outperformance is simple; they keep raising their cash distributions.
Jim argues that a huge IPO price pop is a sign of failure, not success. Long-term investors in LinkedIn should be very angry at both the investment banks involved and LinkedIn's corporate executives.
Aaron Visse of the Forward Funds says the future is bright for emerging-market infrastructure investments.
Mid-May means 13F filing season, which allows us to peek into the investing minds of the world's greatest investors. Biotech, industrial, and agriculture stocks are in favor while financials are not.
Nasdaq OMX's decision to withdraw its takeover bid for NYSE Euronext may be good news for the shareholders of LSE Group and CBOE Holdings.
Equal-weighted index ETFs are all the rage, but will they continue to outperform their market-cap weighted competitors in the future?
For the first time in a long time, it may be smart to invest in things that benefit from a strengthening U.S. dollar.
Cisco warns again, but a bottom for the stock is coming into focus.
With the U.S. housing market hitting new lows, it's time to look up north to Canada for investment ideas.