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  1. Berkshire Hathaway Stock: Analyzing 5 Key Suppliers (BRK.B, ...

    Discover which companies supply Berkshire Hathaway's diverse range of businesses ...
  2. Value Investing: 5 Tips to Consider in 2016

    Read five tips for value investors to consider in 2016, including how to look beyond ...
  3. Where Does John Templeton Keep His Money?

    Learn how John Templeton pioneered the idea of globally diversified funding where ...
  4. A look into Warren Buffett's biggest holdings (KHC, IBM)

    What do Kraft and IBM have in common? They are two of the most profitable surging ...
  5. How to Prepare for the Low Return Environment Ahead

    Learn about the big takeaway from this week’s chart: Investors aiming for higher ...
  6. Facebook's Ecosystem Emerges at F8 Conference (FB)

    While Facebook's ambitions might appear scattered, there have been few things Zuckerberg ...
  1. GE Stock: Analyzing 5 Key Suppliers

    Learn about General Electric, and discover the companies that are its key suppliers. Obtain a brief description and analysis ...
  2. Walmart Stock: Analyzing 5 Key Suppliers (WMT)

    Find out which suppliers generate large portions of their revenues from Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and why their relationships ...
  3. Apple Stock: Analyzing 5 Key Customers (AAPL)

    Learn about the top five customers of Apple Inc., whose strategic success also extends to the traditionally resistant market ...
  4. Tesla Stock: An Earnings Case Study (TSLA)

    Pay attention to whether Tesla’s quarterly vehicle deliveries continue to outweigh quarterly earnings and revenue from investors’ ...
  5. Brazil Olympics: Trouble in Paradise?

    Get an in-depth look at the laundry list of unique problems in Brazil that may pose a serious threat to the success of the ...
  6. Amazon Stock: Analyzing 5 Key Customers (AMZN)

    Find out how Amazon.com became an e-commerce giant catering to customers' needs through innovation, technology and help from ...
  1. Thoughts from John Hussman on Markets

    Find out what famed market forecaster John Hussman, who correctly called the 2000 and 2007 crashes, thinks about the current ...
  2. The Debt Report: The Consumer Discretionary Sector (XLY)

    Learn more about the rising role of corporate debt among the U.S. consumer discretionary sector, and why shifting monetary ...
  3. Alcoa vs. BHP Billiton: Which Is Better for My Portfolio?

    Obtain an up-to-date overview of BHP Billiton and Alcoa, Inc., two key players for investors seeking exposure to the aluminum ...
  4. Why This Finance Pro Sees Deflating Bubbles

    Here's why this finance expert believes not only that there are bubbles but that they are deflating.
  5. The Debt Report: The Consumer Staples Sector

    Learn about the improving stock performance and rising debt-to-asset ratios in the United States blue-chip consumer staples ...
  6. Bridgewater Associates: Investment Manager Highlight

    Discover the investment methodologies of Ray Dalio's Bridgewater Associates, the world's largest and most profitable hedge ...
  1. A Window of Opportunity for Emerging Market Assets

    This week’s chart shows why we are in a sweet spot for emerging market (EM) assets with a weakening U.S. dollar, a rebound ...
  2. Re-Emerging Markets?

    If you're wondering when will the emerging markets comeback be? Read on because is still young, but encouraging.
  3. Global Transportation: Exploring Revenue Trends and Fundamentals

    Explore the geographic trends in global transportation sector revenues, and discover the factors that influence revenue contribution ...
  4. Microsoft Stock: An Earnings Case Study (MSFT)

    Examine Microsoft's historic and forecast earnings. Analyze the factors driving recent EPS performance and shaping consensus ...
  5. 4 Reasons Currency Hedging is Important

    Learn how currency hedging can help reduce exchange rate risk for a portfolio of foreign stocks. Consider the cost of hedging ...
  6. The Top ETFs for a Rebound in Financials (XLF,PGF)

    Financials have been hit hard. Here's how to play it if you think a bottom is approaching.
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