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Bahrain is a small country in the Middle East with negligible oil production. But what happens there could cause oil prices to spike to $200 per barrel. Find out why.
The nuclear tragedy unfolding in Japan has affected various energy industry sectors both positively and negatively.
Sun Tzu was an ancient Chinese general who won many battles and wrote about his military strategy in The Art of War. It turns out that investors who read his book will also learn how to pick market-beating stocks.
California-based Finisar (NasdaqGS: FNSR) is seeing a "dramatic" decline in telecommunications equipment orders from China. Jim thinks Finisar's problems have more to do with Chinese politics than a Chinese economic slowdown.
Carl Icahn says he is returning money to outside investors in his hedge fund because he thinks the stock market may be overvalued. Don't believe it.
If you can't get down to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, reading about stocks associated with the holiday is the next best way to party. Just kidding.
Long-term investors should generally avoid leveraged ETFs. Academic research suggests that they may be especially toxic if they have recently undergone a reverse stock split. Option traders may even want to consider making bearish bets on their continued underperformance.
Increasing energy efficiency is the new frontier of technological innovation. If you think microprocessors and the Internet were big, you ain't seen nothing yet.
Mark June 30, 2011 on your calendars and buy Canadian stocks in preparation. The end of quantitative easing part 2 (QE2) may not be pretty.
Crosstex Energy is a master limited partnership (MLP) that has risen 1500% in less than two years. But it had fallen more than 97% before that. Sometimes the best investments are those you never make.