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A year ago, hopes were high that U.S. school children would soon be eating healthier lunches. But it wasn't meant to be. Child obesity will continue.
Gold miners' newfound attention to dividends doesn't necessarily mean their shares are now appropriate core holdings for income-oriented investors.
The cult of Rambus may finally be dead. Jim says hallelujah!
Craig Hodges of Hodges Mutual Funds finds value among deepwater drillers.
Mid-November means 13F filing season, which allows us to peek into the investing minds of the world's greatest investors. Insurance stocks are in favor along with some media plays.
Margin Call is a star-studded failure of a movie that tells an uninteresting story about a fictionalized Wall Street. If you want to learn the true story of what happened on the real Wall Street during the 2008 financial crisis, watch Inside Job not Margin Call.
Almost one in every five people on planet earth -- 1.34 billion -- call mainland China home. China needs more potable water for its growing population, which translates into a lot of water. John Bishop presents two stocks that offer a way for investors to benefit from China's water shortage.
This past August Jim told you that Cisco had bottomed. Now he's telling you that Cisco is headed higher.
The stock market has hit an air pocket and is in decline, at least temporarily. Consumer goods and software stocks are leading the way down. Jim discusses three of the worst performing stocks and only views one as a potential buy.
The company’s latest results beat the Street’s expectations but investors clearly expected more from GM, as the stock fell sharply after the earnings were released Wednesday morning.