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Promising Bargains in Biotech Stocks

Back in the old days, stocks of small biotech companies virtually defined investment risk. News about the results of a drug in trials could cause a stock to soar or crater. There was no middle... Read >>

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5 Underperforming S&P Stocks to Buy Now

Despite the current pullback, Standard & Poor's 500 stock index has returned a solid 12% over the past year. Not every stock in the index has gained, of course. Many, in fact, have lost... Read >>

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Pick the Best Index Fund for You

Investors looking for an easy and low cost way to earn market returns have flocked to index funds in recent years, pushing up assets in these passively managed products to a record $3.8 trillion.... Read >>

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Yieldcos: Alternative-Energy Stocks for Dividend Investors

Renewable energy investing has long been the domain of growth oriented investors who have the stomach for the industry's ups and downs. But a new breed of income producing alternative energy... Read >>

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Why Stocks Keep Plunging and What to Do Now

Take a deep breath and repeat after me "It's not 2008. It's not 2008. It's not 2008." Yes, volatility, especially volatility to the down side, can be frightening. Losses, occasionally... Read >>

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Get the Most From Inherited IRAs

Your adult children may covet your 1950s baseball card collection, but unless there's a mint condition Willie Mays or Ted Williams in the stack, it won't mean much to their financial security. An... Read >>

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How to Get Started Building Wealth

Competing economic demands and limited income make it particularly difficult for young people to save. After all, you have to pay for a roof over your head, you may need (or want) a car, and... Read >>

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When to Seek Help With Your Investments

In a perfect world, everyone would make his or her own investing decisions. After all, no one knows you better than you do. Plus, being a do it yourself investor means you don't have to pay... Read >>

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What the New SEC Rules Mean for Your Money Market Funds

Money market mutual funds have become the Rodney Dangerfield of investments. They were created in the 1970s to allow individuals to capture market rates on their savings, rather than the meager... Read >>

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11 Stocks to Cash In on the Strong Dollar

The greenback is on a tear, and that has implications for your stock portfolio. Although the value of the dollar is only one cross current affecting the stock market, a little tweaking may be in... Read >>

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