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December 2014

How to Combat Autism: Enter the “Therapy Cave”

By - December 19, 2014

Scientists have devised a novel way to give therapy to kids with autism and Down syndrome – the virtual reality cave.

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Is This the Last Surge for OvaScience?

By - December 19, 2014

OvaScience has blasted over 370% so far this year. However, will shady fundamentals weigh the stock down in the long term?

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Diamonds: the Gift That Keeps Giving

By - December 19, 2014

Searching for the perfect Christmas gift AND the right investment? The answer to both could be the same… diamonds.

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Economic Assessment for 2015

By - December 19, 2014

Take off your rosy glasses, and get ready for this sobering 2015 economic outlook. Significant risks to the downside loom.

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Russia’s Influence Over the Price of Crude Oil

By - December 19, 2014

Russia’s shenanigans could have a far-reaching effect on the price of oil. But will the market rally or crash? Find out…

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Amazing Find Leads to Triple-Digit Gain

By - December 18, 2014

Big news for Novogen - its lead product drove shares 214% higher on Tuesday. But does the stock have even more room to run?

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Tech Saves U.S. Oil

By - December 18, 2014

Low oil prices will force the strongest producers to find ways to survive. But this could prove to be a boon in the end...

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Forget Band-Aid… Here’s “NinjaFlex”

By - December 17, 2014

The wearable tech world just got another “smart” product – a smart bandage called NinjaFlex that blows away the boring Band-Aid.

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Opko Health’s Pfizer Deal Set to Ignite Shares

By - December 17, 2014

Keep an eye on this stock. It could be set to take off, thanks to a lucrative new deal with one healthcare heavyweight...

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Stock up on Smart Water Users

By - December 17, 2014

Scarce freshwater is posing a problem for many corporations. Investors should scrutinize firms based on smart water use.

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Echoes of Financial Crises From the Late ‘90s

By - December 17, 2014

The currency markets were the first to portend a pickup in volatility. Is a larger volatility spike imminent in 2015?

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The Bitcoin Revolution Begins

By - December 17, 2014

Bitcoin has the power to completely disrupt both the financial services industry and the U.S. government. Can it win?

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A Tale of Two Drones

By - December 16, 2014

From lifesaving to life-stimulating, these two drone inventions offer different examples of how drone technology continues to grow.

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How We Can Profit From Europe’s Bounce

By - December 16, 2014

Lower oil prices should be a boon for Europe, and investors should position themselves for a stock market rally in 2015.

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OPEC’s Losing Strategy

By - December 16, 2014

Gas prices will soon hit bottom and start rising again – putting the squeeze back on Americans’ wallets. Find out why…

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Why Would We Ignore This Double-Digit Gain?

By - December 15, 2014

Frontline catapulted by double digits last week on news that Zacks has identified the stock as an underpriced performer.

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Hot ETF Trends to Avoid in 2015

By - December 15, 2014

Investors should be wary of an unfavorable risk-reward relationship in funds that experienced outsized inflows in 2014.

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Unconstitutional Military Moves Into Syria…

By - December 15, 2014

Obama wants war in Syria. The Democrats fear a repeat of President Bush in Iraq. Republicans are mum, except one…

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New Cambria Fund Is a Game Changer

By - December 15, 2014

Cambria has launched its Global Asset Allocation ETF, a diversified asset allocation fund with no management fee.

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A “Dislike” Button for Facebook? Like!

By - December 12, 2014

Progress! Almost six years after introducing its “like” button, Facebook is finally “thinking about” adding the opposite emotion – “dislike.”

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Aluminum Gains Popularity in Auto Industry

By - December 12, 2014

Mandates means automakers will use more aluminum in cars. New technology will be key to giving drivers what they want.

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U.S. Still Says, “Drill Baby Drill”

By - December 12, 2014

It looks like OPEC’s attempt to destroy U.S. oil is unsuccessful. EIA reports that producers are making more oil than ever.

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Undeniable Proof That Absolute Power Corrupts

By - December 12, 2014

Jim Rogers weighs in on the collapse of a once-proud financial superpower, and why it's dangerous to the global economy.

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Junk Bond Carnage

By - December 11, 2014

The plunging price of oil is also affecting junk bonds issued by smaller U.S. energy companies. Yields are rising fast.

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Why Sun-Soaked Arizona Is Killing Solar Power

By - December 11, 2014

You’d think sun-drenched Arizona would be all-in on solar power. But one utility’s unreasonable proposals are stifling it for residents.

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Earn Income From the Energy Crash

By - December 11, 2014

The energy sector is going through quite a rough patch. But three companies are sure to make it through this turbulence…

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Amazon Waves Goodbye to United States

By - December 10, 2014

As the FAA and Congress dither over approval for commercial drone testing, Amazon is threatening to ditch the U.S. and test abroad.

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Stock Defies Gravity in Hated Market

By - December 10, 2014

Jim Rogers breaks down why he's invested in the most hated market in the world - along with one stock that can't be stopped.

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Presenting the Dividend Death Watch

By - December 10, 2014

Introducing the Dividend Death Watch, a list of firms whose dividends look to be unsustainable going forward.

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Another Disappointment for Congress

By - December 10, 2014

John Boehner has deceived Congress after going back on his promise to give them ample time to review bills before voting.

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Is Coca-Cola Killing Thousands of Indians?

By - December 9, 2014

As many countries face a critical lack of clean water, this clever machine transforms your everyday Coke back into water.

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Top Oil Market Gurus Share Their Thoughts

By - December 9, 2014

Tim Maverick rounded up predictions from the top five oil market experts. Find out what these sage pundits think…

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How to Prosper From an Oil-Free Market

By - December 9, 2014

Income investors should adjust their portfolios and account for oil prices that may stay low for the foreseeable future.

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Insider Buying Key to Beating Oil Crash

By - December 9, 2014

By watching the insiders, Karim Rahemtulla discovered the key moves investors need to make to beat the oil price crash.

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Why Noah Holdings Made Waves Last Week

By - December 8, 2014

Noah Holdings shares have been on a tear since early October, and rose 7.2% last Thursday alone. But what happens now?

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Jim Rogers Weighs in on Commodities Carnage

By - December 8, 2014

Celebrated hedge fund manager and bestselling author, Jim Rogers, breaks down the carnage in the commodities market...

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Banks Are at Risk From Oil Price Plunge

By - December 8, 2014

Though everyone is talking about high-yield bonds right now, banks are also at risk from oil’s recent price plunge.

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Double Your Bottom Line With One Investment

By - December 8, 2014

Investors are looking to make sustainable investments that are good for society and their pockets. Find out how.

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Palladium and Platinum Formula for Profit

By - December 5, 2014

Low oil prices are raising global vehicle sales. That’s good for the auto industry and great for palladium and platinum.

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The Prosthetic Arm That Revolutionizes Bionics

By - December 5, 2014

In a huge advance for prosthetics and neuroscience, a Swedish man has become the first to receive a brain-controlled prosthetic arm.

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Investment-Grade Credit Spreads Widening

By - December 5, 2014

Investment-grade credit spreads are widening. Is this the clearest sign yet that a major market top in stocks is forming?

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Have Republicans Thrown in the Towel?

By - December 5, 2014

Will Boehner’s “blame game” strategy work in the long term? Learn his tactics now, so that you won’t be sorry come 2016.

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Kiss Goodbye to Your Boring Keyboard and Mouse

By - December 4, 2014

Imagine having control over any device nearby. Sounds like voodoo, or Bond villain stuff, right? Well, meet the Erghis Sphere.

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Instant Coffee Prices Rising Fast

By - December 4, 2014

Weather sent the price of high-grade coffee up. Now adverse weather in Vietnam threatens even lower grades of coffee.

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The Best Oil and Gas Global Play

By - December 4, 2014

Some oil companies will meet their demise during this chaotic oil price battle. But one company is certain to survive.

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The “Smarter” Way to Light Our Streets

By - December 3, 2014

And the world’s first carbon-neutral city is… Copenhagen. That’s its aim anyway, as it trials a new smart street-lighting system.

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Shoe Carnival’s Q3 Results Attract Investors

By - December 3, 2014

Shoe Carnival soared on Tuesday as the company released its Q3 results, which indicated strong performance in many areas.

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Oil Price Drop Rocks Shale’s World

By - December 3, 2014

When oil prices drop, they take many economies and industries down with them – including the shale industry. Who’s safe?

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China Goes Nuclear Fast

By - December 3, 2014

China will be building a lot more nuclear reactors to meet their emission goals. Especially new, more-efficient systems.

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Global Deflationary Pressures Are Mounting

By - December 3, 2014

Central banks are losing ground in the war against deflation. Investors should be focusing on how long low rates might last.

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The $263M Effort to Prevent Another Ferguson

By - December 2, 2014

Following the tragic events in Ferguson, calls for cameras on police officers are growing – and this firm is set to profit.

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The Market’s Most Deceptive 14% Bounce

By - December 2, 2014

After a brutal two-year run, this stock just saw a nice post-holiday pop. But if you’re tempted to buy in… be warned.

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How to Guard Against Inflation

By - December 2, 2014

Inflation might not be a problem right now, but that’s why investors should make sure their portfolios are inflation-proof.

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Swiss Reject Gold Initiative

By - December 2, 2014

The Swiss have voted “No” on the gold referendum. What does that mean for Switzerland and for gold prices?

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How Low Will Oil Prices Go?

By - December 2, 2014

Oil prices plunged last week. Consumers are celebrating, but Karim Rahemtulla says low gas prices will be short-lived.

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America Faces Another Shutdown?

By - December 2, 2014

You’ve heard it before: The government spends too much money. But here’s what’s really happening below the surface in D.C.

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Expanding Facebook Loses Its “Cool Kid” Status

By - December 1, 2014

Has the trailblazer of social media become a has-been who’s lost its “cool kid” status?

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Russian Potash Mine Accident Boosts Prices

By - December 1, 2014

Rising potash demand was already pushing prices higher. Now a mining accident in Russia may raise prices even more.

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Fracking Industry Finds a New Savior

By - December 1, 2014

Fracking and coal both have major environmental hurdles to overcome. Could they be the solution to each other’s problem?

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Reagan’s Peace Through Strength

By - December 1, 2014

Huckabee finally wraps up his 10,000-mile voyage, revealing which past U.S. president he’s really looking to duplicate…

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