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Chuck Akre, manager of the Akre Focus Fund, is cautiously optimistic about the stock market, but holds a sizeable cash stake just in case. Read on to find out what his fund's top-five stock holdings are.
Portugal is the next Euro zone country to ask for a bailout. Jim thinks that EU bailouts have too many strings attached and the Portuguese would be better off on their own.
Warren Buffett doesn't think he can earn 50% annual returns anymore, but he's confident that small investors like you have a chance -- if you know what to do.
A takeover battle for NYSE Euronext has some Wall Street analysts downgrading the CBOE. Jim explains why he thinks these downgrades are misguided and why the Chicago Board Options Exchange remains a good investment.
Canada is full of great stocks to invest in and has great investors of its own, too. Find out who Jim thinks is the closest thing to Warren Buffett in the Great White North.
Options are great trading tools to reduce risk and boost your returns, but you need to know how to properly place an options order to take advantage. Read on to learn important differences such as open vs. close and debit vs. credit.
David Sokol, say it ain't so! The heir apparent to Warren Buffett resigns over insider trading allegations. It sure is easy to make 30% when you have non-public information.
If you want to trade options, you're going to have to spend a little time getting authorized by your broker. The good news is that it is extremely quick and easy.
According to government accountants, investors should buy index funds and ignore the success of great value investors like Warren Buffett. You won't believe this story of government arrogance run amok.
Jim explains the difference between dividends paid in cash and those paid in stock. He prefers cash.