Stocks to Watch
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An agricultural boom is underway and Ben Shepherd offers up an easy and low-cost way to invest in this megatrend of feeding an increasingly hungry world.
As the American population ages and retires, the selling of stocks by retirees to pay for living expenses will accelerate and force stock prices down. Low PEG ratios to the rescue!
Harry Dent has the chutzpah to pretend to know what the stock market is going to do for the next ten years. His performance track record says otherwise.
A Federal Reserve official says that QE3 is fantasy, which could disappoint investors and spark a stock market correction. Crude oil may be a better investment than stocks right now.
The best performing stocks all started out as small-capitalization stocks. Small-cap stocks in general have outperformed the market over time.
Specialty REITs go beyond traditional real estate.
As Jim predicted, Procter & Gamble has decided to walk away from its deal to sell Pringles potato chips to Diamond Foods because of Diamond's accounting irregularities.
The recent stock market rally leaves Jim nervous about a correction and got him wondering what criteria the Sage of Omaha uses in deciding which stocks to sell?
Expectations for continued brisk economic growth in resource-hungry emerging markets make this diversified commodity ETF an attractive option.
Congratulations to the New York Giants! The Super Bowl produces a treasure trove of data for predicting the future performance of both the S&P 500 and individual stocks.