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Even some of the most successful mutual funds can underperform from time to time. Investors should remain coolheaded and get back to basics.
It's sad to see an iconic technology company like Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) destroy itself. But it's deterioration has been a long time coming.
Stocks seem to go down day after day. But some stocks are bucking the trend and actually going up. Read on to find out the names of these rebel stocks and why they are so successful.
Mid-August means 13F filing season, which allows us to peek into the investing minds of the world's greatest investors. Technology and commodity stocks are in favor, along with some recession-resistant retailers.
Not all REITs own real estate. Some REITs own mortgages on real estate. Mortgage REITs have tempting high yields, but they are best avoided.
Exelon CEO John Rowe has delivered another important speech on U.S. energy policy. As leader of the nation's largest fleet of nuclear power plants, he is upbeat about the nuclear industry but his views concerning the likelihood of a U.S. "nuclear renaissance" may surprise you.
Patent litigation over smartphones is making big players like Google and Apple bid high prices for companies with communications patents. Who will be next and does Google want to become a smartphone manufacturer?
Fund manager Sam Isaly of Eaton Vance Worldwide Health Sciences is excited about the new frontiers in biotech and healthcare.
Corporate managements are buying stock in their own companies at the fastest pace since March 2009 -- the last time stocks were as cheap as they are now.
If you were wondering when Cisco Systems would finally bottom, wonder no longer. The computer networker's fourth-quarter earnings report was good and things will only get better from here.