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May means 13F filing season, which allows us to peek into the minds of the world's greatest investors. Non-bank financials and Apple are in, while Microsoft is out.
Jim offers up stock names that appear to offer better profit potential than the largest U.S. IPO in history. Buying IPO hype -- especially a bloated $105 billion version of it -- rarely pays.
Restaurant stocks are an attractive industry sector to own right now because they are a favorite buyout target of private equity firms. Which restaurant is the next to be bought out?
While gold prices are often a function of central bank monetary policy, jewelry is still the single largest component of global gold demand, particularly in the emerging markets.
Fund manager Andrew Foster of the Seafarer Funds is bullish on emerging markets, but not the ones you may think of first.
If there was any doubt that regulation of investment banks through the Volcker Rule is needed, JP Morgan's loss of $2.3 billion on a risky bet ends the debate.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have taken the investing world by storm, but investment opportunities also exist in a much older type of fund known as closed-end funds (CEFs).
The Export-Import Bank subsidizes certain companies, providing them with potentially unfair competitive advantages. To find out which ones, read on.
If you want to profit from natural gas the commodity, it's best to invest in something else. Ironic, no?