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The Social Network, a new movie about the founding of Facebook, is not only extremely entertaining but it teaches us a lot about successful entrepreneurship. Jump on the Facebook IPO when it happens.
With future inflation likely to be high, investors need to maximize returns from their investments to generate a large enough nest egg for a comfortable retirement. KCI's new investment service, Big Yield Hunting, is just what the doctor ordered.
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).
If you've never heard of world vegetarian day, join the club. Regardless, the world's population is growing and needs more food. Agriculture stocks should perform well.
Individual stock picking is out and macro investing is in. Why energy is the biggest global macro trend of them all.
Tortoise is a big name in MLP closed-end funds, but that doesn't make these funds your best choice for MLP investments. Another shining example of why buying a closed-end fund at the IPO is a bad idea.
The new Wall Street movie has its moments, but isn't as good or focused as the 1987 original. The one constant is the fascinating Gordon Gekko.
Netflix has been one of the absolute best investments of 2010, but a sky-high valuation and arrogant public relations missteps make a Canadian movie distribution company a better buy right now.
News that Warren Buffett thinks the U.S. is still in recession leaves Jim wondering what criteria the Sage of Omaha uses in deciding which stocks to sell.
High dividend yields are nice, but make sure that they are sustainable. Always invest in stocks based on strong business fundamentals first and high yield only second. Jim provides a stock screen of companies with poor business fundamentals that are potential dividend cutters.