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Emerging-market investors focusing on Chinese companies that export to the West are looking in the wrong place -- if outsized capital gains are the objective.
Worried about inflation? Don't be. According to economic consultant Richard Hokenson, disinflation is the greater threat.
Looking for a good stock broker? Which broker is "good" depends upon what type of investor or trader you are. Jim discusses his seven favorite brokerage features and provides names of those brokers that fit the bill.
With the last legislative hurdle out of the way, debit card fees charged to retailers will fall significantly on July 21st. But politicians who expect consumers to benefit may be in for an unpleasant surprise.
Emerging markets are no longer only appropriate for high-risk growth investors. Jesper Madsen, a portfolio manager with Matthews Asia, explains why China is more than just a growth story and can be a destination for dividend investors as well.
With Fiat now in control of Chrysler, the future looks bright for the automaker. I just wish that Chrysler's journey back into private shareholder hands had been better handled according to the rule of law.
Stock market history provides a surprising answer to the question of whether the S&P 500 index will continue falling after five consecutive weeks of decline. But high-yield income investors shouldn't care what the answer is as long as they reinvest their dividends.
Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and Citigroup face higher financing costs if Moody's downgrades their debt, which appears likely.
Neil Hennessy of the Hennessy Funds extols the virtues of a mechanical approach to investing.
After a disastrous regional election, Germany's Christian Democrats have decided to shut down all 17 of Germany's nuclear power plants by 2022. Jim doubts that it will ever actually happen.