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The good news is that Bill Gross will be managing a fixed-income ETF similar to the market-beating PIMCO Total Return Fund. The bad news is that the ETF won't be identical to the PIMCO Total Return Fund.
If you think gold is topping out at $1,500, you are much more optimistic about the U.S. Dollar than Jim is.
Chinese Internet stocks are on fire right now. Jim names names, including information on when the "Facebook of China" is slated to go public on the New York Stock Exchange. It's happening sooner than you may think!
Jim laments Cisco System's mystifying decision to terminate its wildly-successful flip video mini-camcorder business. Has CEO John Chambers lost his mind?
Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand's 1957 philosophical masterpiece on individual freedom, has finally made it to the silver screen 54 years after the novel's publication. Jim says the movie was worth the wait and is very timely given the current state of U.S. political affairs.
Investing Daily editors are bullish on commodities and Goldman Sach's short-term trading call to sell a basket of commodities doesn't change the long-term bullish picture one iota.
Why is Google spending so much time on alternative energy? Jim thinks Google should spend more time on its core business.
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.