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People often think that gold bullion and gold mining stocks are the same type of investment. They're not.
Christmas is a time of merriment and goodwill. Here are some stocks that reflect the holiday and might make you a few bucks as well.
Carl Icahn wants natural gas producer Chesapeake Energy to slow down and stop spending like a drunken sailor. Whether he can convince CEO Aubrey McClendon to go along with his plan is another matter.
MLPs have been great high-yield investments in 2010, but there has been a wide variation in performance. While the worst performers make sense, the best performers are a surprise.
The market for initial public offerings (IPOs) is heating up and 2010 has seen some huge IPO winners. But don't get too excited. Most IPOs are losers, so you must either be very selective or buy an IPO ETF.
The recent bond market rout is overdone. Smart investors are taking advantage of higher yields and buying bonds. But stocks remain the better choice over the long term.
Will the takeover offer for power generator Dynegy go above $5.50 per share? Good traders don't care because they've already made their money from Dynegy's proxy battle.
At first glance, natural gas utility AGL Resources' $53 per share buyout of NICOR appears much too expensive. But NICOR has a hidden gem that might make the deal a bargain.
The Internet has become a very profitable place for many companies. Groupon and Facebook are leading a new pack of Internet growth stocks that are primed to go public and lead the stock market in the years to come.
The U.S.-South Korea Free Trade Agreement has been around since 2007 but hasn't gotten ratified. It's recent renegotiation under President Obama might actually get past the finish line. Free trade is a good thing.