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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.
The Federal Reserve's announcement that it plans to keep short-term interest rates at zero for another two years means that some industries will do much better than others.
Financial turmoil in the United States and Western Europe makes investing in the relative tranquility of Asian emerging markets look very attractive by comparison.
S&P's downgrade of U.S. debt says more about the loss of bipartisanship between Republicans and Democrats than it does about the financial strength of the United States.
The stock market has declined fast and furious, but Jim thinks the downdraft has gone too far and that a strong rebound is in the offing.
Balanced mutual funds like Weitz Balanced hedge their bets with both stocks and bonds. A safety-first approach to investing makes sense in today's treacherous market environment.
The stock market is in decline and below its 200-day moving average. Safe, dividend-paying utility stocks are just what the doctor ordered.