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Despite the hopes of investors worldwide, the EU Summit on Friday will not solve the Euro crisis. In fact, the Euro's demise looks likely.
Coal is the favored energy source of the future.
Diamond Foods is in the midst of an accounting scandal that puts its purchase of Procter & Gamble's Pringles brand much in doubt. Beware acquisitions that are based on stock instead of cash!
A first-year Wall Street analyst sympathizes with the "Occupy Wall Street" protestors and calls the financial services industry a "scam." But the real scam is in a completely different place from where he thinks it is.
Coordinated easing by the world's central banks and China's decision to lower bank reserve requirements are helping the stock market rally, but caution is advised.
AT&T continues to seek regulatory approval from the U.S. Department of Justice for its merger with wireless rival T-Mobile, but AT&T's decision to take a $4 billion accounting charge suggests that the merger will not be approved.
This biotech closed-end fund sports a venture capital sleeve and a high annual cash payout based on capital gains (if there are any).
Jim provides some intriguing investment ideas to ponder over the Thanksgiving holiday.
A year ago, hopes were high that U.S. school children would soon be eating healthier lunches. But it wasn't meant to be. Child obesity will continue.
Gold miners' newfound attention to dividends doesn't necessarily mean their shares are now appropriate core holdings for income-oriented investors.