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February 2015

China Brings Renewable Energy Growth Back

By - February 27, 2015

After a three-year slump, renewable energy spending rose in 2014. That trend is expected to continue with China leading the way.

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Famous PC Maker Exposed in Shocking Scandal

By - February 27, 2015

If you bought a PC from this firm recently, it may be spying on you. Not only that, the virus was preinstalled and exposes your data to theft.

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Aluminum Is Back in the Can

By - February 27, 2015

After a lively summer, aluminum prices are getting low and hibernating. Find out why this is nothing new for this metal’s market.

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CBI Gives Investors False Hope

By - February 26, 2015

Chicago Bridge & Iron’s shares bucked a market downtrend with a 14.2% increase, but there’s no need to be optimistic about this…

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Three Catalysts Driving Apple to $1 Trillion

By - February 26, 2015

Fresh off a record quarter, could Apple become the world’s first $1-trillion company? Here are three catalysts driving it to history…

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Pick Your Energy MLPs Carefully

By - February 26, 2015

Though oil’s price fall has wreaked havoc on energy MLPs, there are still a few opportunities if you know where to look.

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Two Plays to Get You Through the Oil Crash

By - February 26, 2015

Karim Rahemtulla reveals what he learned at The Oil and Services Conference, including two companies that are safe for investing.

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We Still Have a Glut of Low-Skilled Workers

By - February 25, 2015

Though some believe Wal-Mart’s wage hike is a sign of things to come, there remains a troubling glut of low-skilled labor.

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The New Trend Ripping Through the Tech Sector

By - February 25, 2015

There’s a potent new trend sweeping Wall Street. And this one indicator reveals where the lucrative, early opportunities exist.

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Valeant Pharmaceuticals to Acquire Salix

By - February 24, 2015

Valeant Pharmaceuticals jumps over 14.7% on news of its newest proposed acquisition. Is it a powerful union or a train wreck?

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China Reaches Peak Steel

By - February 24, 2015

Peak steel demand in China will have far-ranging effects, including on the iron ore producers that continue upping output.

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Oil Companies’ Positive Outlook Won’t Last

By - February 24, 2015

Karim Rahemtulla reports on exclusive presentations at The Oil and Services Conference, and reveals what’s in store for the sector.

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The Apple iCar: Coming to a Showroom Near You?

By - February 24, 2015

Rumors are swirling that Apple is preparing to enter the auto industry. We address the speculation and issue a stark reality check.

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TrueCar Investors Spot Signs of Weakness

By - February 23, 2015

Does the pullback in TrueCar shares represent a fortuitous buying opportunity, or should investors steer clear for now?

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Statoil Starts New Project in Midst of Crash

By - February 23, 2015

In the midst of cancellations of major oil projects, Statoil is proceeding with Johan Sverdrup, a field promising huge profits.

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Tech Giant for Sale

By - February 23, 2015

This tech giant is cheap, pays a solid dividend, and is well-positioned to take advantage of the Internet of Things.

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Will the Comcast-Time Warner Merger Pass?

By - February 23, 2015

In a post-merger world, Comcast would control half of the nation's high-speed broadband market. But will it go through?

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The Shocking New Way to Break Your Bad Habits

By - February 21, 2015

Got a bad habit you want to kick? Forget resolutions and willpower… just get the Pavlok wristband, which will shock you into line.

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Dividend Cuts Coming Fast and Furious in 2015

By - February 20, 2015

We’re not even through February, and at least 17 companies have made substantive dividend cuts or suspensions this year.

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Insect Futures: The Next Big Thing

By - February 20, 2015

Roaches and worms might soon be in your food. Shelley Goldberg says insect futures should be the next big thing.

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Garmin’s Short-Term Decline?

By - February 19, 2015

Garmin led the decliners on the Nasdaq on February 18 – falling more than 8.9%. Is this stock headed for disaster or profit?

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Budget Bionics: The Affordable Bionic Arm

By - February 19, 2015

Scientists have created a new bionic arm that not only boasts top-notch technology, it’s also significantly cheaper than rival devices.

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Drought Hurts Brazil’s Economy, Helps Commodities

By - February 19, 2015

Brazil is in a harsh drought. The resultant rationing of water and power are hurting the economy, but improving some commodities.

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Look for Income Where Yields Are High

By - February 19, 2015

Though unloved right now, this country is one of the few places with opportunities in today’s zero-interest rate world.

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Why “Big Oil” Will Survive the Crash in Prices

By - February 19, 2015

The world’s Big Oil conglomerates are turning to several alternative investments to make it through the energy crash.

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Molycorp Fighting to Keep Shares Above $1

By - February 18, 2015

Molycorp shares jumped 278% this month following news of a production increase. But the uptick won't save the company...

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Private Equity Reaches Oil Price Nirvana

By - February 18, 2015

Private equity firms join the new oil rush, labeled “the biggest opportunity in the world.” Discover why they love current prices.

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Is an Energy Sector Dividend Cut Imminent?

By - February 18, 2015

First-quarter numbers are looking good, but will low future earnings force companies to cut energy sector dividends? Find out…

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Grexit Risk Is Real – And Europe Needs It

By - February 17, 2015

Though powerful EU forces are hesitant to make an example of Greece, it would be the best thing for the EU and the euro.

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Strong U.S. Dollar Dampens Earnings

By - February 17, 2015

The U.S. Dollar has been on a tear for months now, but it’s taking a toll on a variety of American multinational firms.

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CFO Takes Blame for Pier 1 Imports’ Mishaps

By - February 13, 2015

Pier 1 Imports’ CFO “retires” after an unexpected lower FY 2015 outlook, and the stock plummets 24.3%. Do you steer clear or invest?

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Storage Industry Benefits From Oil Contango

By - February 13, 2015

With contango in the oil market, anyone involved in storage is raking in the profits. Find out how you can get a piece…

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Expanding Markets Drive Cocoa Futures

By - February 13, 2015

The tradition of buying chocolate for Valentine’s Day is expanding into new markets, fueling a growing cocoa industry. Find out how to profit…

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Google’s New-Age Tech Set to Shock Auto Market

By - February 13, 2015

As driverless car technology continues to grow rapidly, Google’s latest plan promises to trigger road rage among one group of service workers.

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Coupons.com Shares Have a 25.9% Meltdown

By - February 12, 2015

Despite the Nasdaq Composite rising on Tuesday, shares of Coupons.com had a meltdown, with its stock plummeting 25.9%. Here’s why.

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Oil’s Inventory Problem Dampens Price Recovery

By - February 12, 2015

U.S. producers can’t stop harvesting oil for fear of going under. But this glutinous attitude is eating away at oil’s price recovery.

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Intellectual Property Company Boasts Strong Dividend

By - February 12, 2015

This tiny company has just 10 employees and manufactures nothing, yet it boasts a well-covered and market-crushing yield.

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Concerning the Unification of Korea

By - February 12, 2015

Celebrated hedge fund manager Jim Rogers reveals a shocking twist about North Korea – one that the American press isn't reporting.

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The New Wheelchair That Lets Users Stand Up

By - February 11, 2015

Kiron Innovation has a message for wheelchair-bound people: Get Up! This is the name of its new wheelchair – and is exactly what it allows users to do.

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Coke Asks Consumers: Got Premium Milk?

By - February 11, 2015

Coca-Cola is venturing into a new project. The beverage giant is working its magic on milk. But will consumers drink up?

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The Art Market is Hot… Too Hot

By - February 11, 2015

The fine art market is on fire, but is it actually worth investing in these tangible assets as part of a diversified portfolio?

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Hasbro Shares Jump 7% on Monday

By - February 10, 2015

In spite of a declining market, Hasbro has bucked the trend. But does it have its “fairy tale” deal with Disney to thank?

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Will China’s Latest Moves Help Rare Earth Producers?

By - February 10, 2015

China has eliminated quotas on rare earth exports. But new measures have been put in place that will only tighten its grip.

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Weak Euro Hurts U.S. Companies, Good for EU

By - February 10, 2015

The euro is getting weaker by the day and is hurting U.S. companies in the EU. So why is Europe sitting on its hands?

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Cummins’ Stock Falls by 4.2%

By - February 9, 2015

Engine maker Cummins has been revving up its business, but a mysterious force just sent shares off a cliff. Why the sudden drop?

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Two Firms Set to Cash in on RadioShack’s Death

By - February 9, 2015

After a long decline, RadioShack has finally slid into bankruptcy. And these two retail giants are set to pounce on its assets.

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An Undervalued REIT With a Nice Dividend

By - February 9, 2015

Income opportunities may be few and far between, but one REIT has a juicy yield and a relatively cheap valuation right now.

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U.S. Coal Producers Facing Unprecedented Times

By - February 6, 2015

As coal prices continue tumbling to new lows, many U.S. coal producers could be teetering on the edge of bankruptcy. Find out why.

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Good Morning, Vietnam Agriculture Opportunities

By - February 6, 2015

Vietnam is pulling ahead of the traditional emerging markets as the new hot spot. Here’s how to take advantage of this new star.

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How Your Dumb Car Is Getting Smarter

By - February 6, 2015

We look at the rapid rise of the “connected car” trend and the pros and cons for drivers of being online while on the road.

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Feeling Groggy? Put These “Sleep Glasses” On

By - February 5, 2015

Having trouble sleeping? You’re not alone. But this crafty device retunes the body clock and stimulates shut-eye when needed.

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Sony Wins Over Investors With $1.4-Billion Loss

By - February 5, 2015

Sony Corporation trims $500 million off of its expected loss – sending shares up 11% by close. But will the celebration last?

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Why Is Giving Greece the Boot so Challenging?

By - February 5, 2015

Greece is dragging the euro down with massive spending and debt. So why isn’t the EU cutting ties with this slimy economy?

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Today’s Challenging Investing Environment

By - February 5, 2015

Nestle’s negative-yielding bonds are just another sign of how treacherous today’s investing environment has truly become.

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This App Could Save Your Life

By - February 4, 2015

What happens if you have a serious car crash and nobody is around to help? Meet the app that’s one step ahead of the paramedics…

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Sugar Bears Still in Charge

By - February 4, 2015

Sugar prices have been sliding since 2011. With the market moving from surplus to a deficit, are there better days ahead?

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Digging for Dividends in Precious Metals

By - February 4, 2015

Today, it can be tough to find a precious metals stock with a decent dividend. Luckily, at least one golden yield exists.

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Pitney Bowes Stock Plunges After Q4 Fail

By - February 3, 2015

After missing analysts’ Q4 expectations, Pitney Bowes’ stock fell sharply on Monday. Stay with the stock, or get rid of it?

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Ancient Grain Makes a Plentiful Comeback

By - February 3, 2015

An ancient grain is making a comeback as more-traditional crops fall. What is driving this unseen demand and how can you profit?

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Leon Cooperman Invests Millions in MLP

By - February 3, 2015

Leon Cooperman is investing millions into the crippled energy sector. Learn why you should follow his moves to profit.

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The World’s First Artificial “Smart Skin”

By - February 2, 2015

“Smart” technology just gained its newest innovation – the world’s first synthetic “smart skin” with a human-like sense of touch.

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Harman Stock Jumps 23.7%

By - February 2, 2015

After killer second-quarter results, Harman stock jumps 23.7% in one day! But should investors buy in, or run screaming?

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Should You Buy the Burger Bump?

By - February 2, 2015

McDonald’s has made a change at its most important leadership position… but can a new CEO actually help the stock rebound?

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Why We Should ALL Want the Keystone Pipeline

By - February 2, 2015

The Keystone XL battle rages on, but Shelley Goldberg is taking a stand and explaining why she is all for the pipeline.

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