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The massive Republican victory in the midterm elections and the Federal Reserve's decision to engage in quantitative easing part 2 have important implications for investors.
Looking for stocks that have recently raised their dividend is a good way to find stocks with sustainable dividend yields. And they tend to outperform the market too.
A rare earth metals ETF was a great idea -- two years ago. Don't buy into the hype now.
No double-dip recession means that crude oil is going to $100 a barrel. Why oil stocks are a better way to profit from the upcoming oil price rise than oil ETFs.
The Economic Cycle Research Institute has declared that a double-dip recession is not going to happen. This isn't news to MLP Profits subscribers. Why MLPs are still a good buy.
Halloween is a very profitable holiday. Nothing scary about that.
The stock market is extremely volatile and getting more so. Get out your dramamine or -- better yet -- find stockpicking advisors who can help you keep your balance.
Wind power companies are hurting. Everywhere that is except Canada.
Public utility Exelon focuses on low-cost nuclear power, which makes it a good long-term investment. Don't let short-term bumps in the road convince you otherwise. And it's environmentally-friendly to boot! (except for the nuclear waste).
The G-20 finance ministers agreed this past weekend to some milktoast language on the dangers of undervalued currencies. But don't expect China's undervalued currency to reach fair value anytime soon.