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Small-cap growth stocks offer the perfect arena for stock pickers.
The bankruptcy of electric car battery manufacturer Ener1 is a wake-up call for U.S. energy policy. It's time to stop subsidizing uneconomic clean energy companies.
Investors are fleeing mutual funds for more personalized financial advice. Jim explains why trust is more important than an advisor's past track record of investment performance.
When attempting to value banks, different rules apply. Why debt and cash are trickier concepts in the bank context.
Will President Obama's "State of the Union" speech discuss municipal bond taxation? Ben argues that taxing debt issued by local and state governments could hit the middle class.
A new fourth edition of the investment classic What Works on Wall Street is hot off the presses. Unlike most new editions of books, this one is a big deal.
Google's fourth-quarter financial report shocked Wall Street by missing analyst estimates for the first time in two years. In the short term, it may be time to "search" for another stock.
Based on history, get ready for a mid-January market decline followed by an end-of-the-month rally.
The more aware you are of hidden biases, the better the chance that you can avoid them in your own investing.
Jim finds some hidden gems among the downfallen of 2012.