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Buying call options instead of stock is a powerful way to leverage your returns. But options spreads can magnify your returns even more.
According to the Economic Cycle Research Institute's Weekly Leading Index (WLI), the U.S. economy is set to slow markedly in the months ahead. Investors should prepare their portfolios accordingly.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are the easiest and most cost-effective way to achieve diversification and exposure to all of the important asset classes. Global ETF Profits is a great way to take full advantage of what ETFs have to offer.
The BP oil spill gets Jim thinking about black swans and the importance of avoiding investments with unquantifiable risks.
Omega-3 fatty acid DHA is a miracle nutritional supplement and Martek Biosciences is a biotech pioneer that produces the stuff from algae. But imminent patent expirations are a big concern.
Energy-based master limited partnerships (MLPs) provide the perfect combination of high cash yields and minimal taxes. MLP Profits, the market-beating investment service managed by dividend and energy experts Roger Conrad and Elliott Gue, is a great way to get started in this exciting asset class.
Warren Buffett's testimony yesterday before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission was shockingly bad. The investment legend's reputation as a "good guy" has been mortally wounded.
Technological innovation is the key ingredient to earnings growth and stock price appreciation. The "dream team" of investment experts behind KCI's Portfolio 2020 investment service is focused on finding those few innovative companies set to be the biggest stock market winners of the next decade.
Jim has a reunion with an old friend from Chicago. Message to Whitney Tilson: Don't mess with Tom Sosnoff!
Jim concludes his four-part series on asset allocation with four guidelines to live by, some model portfolios, a discussion of the unique risks faced by retirees, and the role that insurance products can play in helping ensure a happy and prosperous retirement.