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Many closed-end funds offer enticing yields, but it’s important for investors to scrutinize the sources of these payouts.
If you don't have time to perform a discounted cash flow analysis, calculating a stock's PEG ratio may be the next best thing for determining which stock is the best buy.
The housing market is set to lead the U.S. economy over the next two years, but homebuilder stocks have already had their run. Time for housing-related retailers?
U.S. government bonds and the options volatility index (VIX) are pointing in different directions for the U.S. economy. Both can't be right.
Fund manager Larry Seruma of Nile Pan Africa returns to update his thinking on the dark continent. Investing in Africa is risky, but it offers the highest potential equity returns.
If you want to make money investing under Obamacare, think cheap, think basic, think bureaucracy, think . . . Medicaid Nation.
PHH Corp.’s market cap is only moderately higher than the cash on its balance sheet. But this beaten-down stock must navigate some serious headwinds to prevail over the shorts.
Obamacare is now the constitutional law of the land. Get ready for tax increases, fewer jobs, and higher health insurance premiums.
Duke Energy's ouster of Bill Johnson as CEO was the subject of a North Carolina regulatory hearing on Tuesday. Bad publicity could cause the stock to fall further.
Logistics firms await the global economy's rebound.