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Investors don't need hedge funds to outperform the market. In fact, most hedge funds are a bad deal regardless of insider trading allegations.
Mid-November means 13F filing season, which allows us to peek into the investing minds of the world's greatest investors. Financials continue to be in favor along with some obscure biotech stocks.
There is a lot of misinformation about exchange-traded funds (ETFs) swirling around the Internet right now. Don't listen to any of it. ETFs remain a wonderful and safe way to invest for the long term.
Jim lost the carbon cap battle, but he sees electric cars as a new way to secure America's energy independence.
Legendary trader Paul Tudor Jones thinks the Fed's decision to engage in a second round of quantitative easing will cause the stock market to skyrocket. Find out which sectors are poised to do best.
The GM IPO next week will cause the U.S. government's stake in the automaker to fall below a controlling interest. That's a good thing for the U.S. economy regardless of what Ralph Nader says.
With Warren Buffett buying wholesale liquor distributors in the U.S., it may be time for the rest of us to consider investing in Canada's largest liquor retailer.
Are cable TV companies going the way of the Dodo bird? Time Warner Cable's financial results and stock price answer an emphatic no.
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's QE2 policy has pissed off the world. Investors may as well take advantage of it by purchasing emerging market stocks.
The massive Republican victory in the midterm elections and the Federal Reserve's decision to engage in quantitative easing part 2 have important implications for investors.