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ConocoPhillips wants to duplicate the stock outperformance of Marathon Oil by spinning off its refining operations. It may succeed, but it's a short-term gimmick.
Italian stocks have taken a beating on debt worries, but Italy is no Greece. Jim provides a list of nine Italian stocks that could do very well after the financial crisis passes.
Strategic Latin America Fund is one of the few Latin American funds available to U.S. investors that has its advisor actually headquartered in Latin America. From his privileged vantage point in La Paz, Bolivia, fund manager Heiner Skaliks says opportunities abound throughout South America.
If you're upset with the owner lockouts of players in both the NFL and NBA, join the club. Since the billionaire owners of sports teams always seem to win in these disputes, why not invest in some of them? You might as well make some money waiting for the games to begin.
Natural gas drilling that employs hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is under intense scrutiny because of the risk of environmental pollution. Is the benefit of cheap energy and independence from foreign energy sources worth the cost?
The stock market rose 5.6% last week for its largest gain in two years. Internet stocks and an Israeli beverage company are leading the way up. One other industry group that is rising: master limited partnerships (MLPs). The reason for their outperformance is simple; they keep raising their cash distributions.
The U.S. and France are not only large trading partners, but also share a special history of shared values.
Bonds may not provide as much return as stocks when the going is good, but they still deserve a place in your portfolio to protect your wealth when the going gets bad (like 2008).
The average investor can beat the stock market. Really. It's all in your head.
Antitrust law does not always promote competition. You need look no further than what Canadian regulators just perpetrated on Air Canada.