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The home-furnishings superstore is facing stiff competition from the Internet, causing its stock to fall 17% in a single day.
Investors are suspicious of companies brought public by private equity firms. Academic research says such fears are misplaced. Still, Jim wouldn't buy Burger King.
Financial stocks have suffered thanks to investor biases. Intrepid investors who take advantage of these irrational biases can profit, according to one mutual fund manager.
Stocks of companies that report earnings based substantially on non-cash accruals underperform the stocks of companies that report earnings based mostly on cash.
Don't get bogged down in the financial media mire. Instead, seek out the stocks most commonly held by mutual funds that consistently beat the market while incurring less risk.
Why pay full price when you can buy stocks on sale using stock options? Well, there is one reason, but it's not a dealbreaker.
Although there is plenty of bad economic news available to scare investors, the second half of presidential election years is historically positive for stocks.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has an enviable track record, but two stocks with similar investment philosophies but lower market caps may offer better future returns.
Energy stocks have underperformed the S&P 500 for a year now and technicians are calling for an energy bear market. Somebody forgot to tell energy insiders.
Exelon's recent price volatility reflects investor uncertainty about the company's near-term earnings power. But the long-term outlook for this nuclear power utility is positive.