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With the U.S. housing market hitting new lows, it's time to look up north to Canada for investment ideas.
With energy prices in flux, master limited partnerships (MLPs) that focus on propane, transportation and storage may provide a sanctuary for investors.
A 1-for-10 reverse stock split makes Citigroup's stock look much healthier, but it's all style and no substance.
Several commodities have nose-dived since the beginning of May.
Cinco de Mayo does not only provide a good excuse to drink a margarita; it also offers a reminder that many good stock investments can be found down south in Mexico.
In the short term, the S&P 500 looks poised to move higher. Over the longer term, the prognosis looks much more dicey. Canada, anyone?
Jim provides a summary of some of the issues that Warren Buffett and his sidekick Charlie Munger talked about during the Q&A session at Berkshire's annual meeting this past Saturday in Omaha, Nebraska.
Chris Ryon of the Thornburg Funds describes the values to be found in tax-free municipal bonds. Investor fears of government defaults are -- for the most part -- overblown.
Jim may not be a fan of the monarchy, but even he admits that the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton was a lot of fun to watch. Are there any stocks that may benefit from all this British pomp and circumstance?
May 1st is only three days away and that brings to the fore the old Wall Street adage "Sell in May and Go Away." But the summer stock market can actually be quite profitable if you know which industry sectors to avoid.