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  1. Investing 101: Consumer Goods Stocks With Short Covering
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    Investing 101: Consumer Goods Stocks With Short Covering

    We ran a screen on the consumer goods sector for names with net short covering month-over-month.
  2. Airline Stocks: Virgin America Plans IPO For 2013
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    Airline Stocks: Virgin America Plans IPO For 2013

    As market conditions continue to improve, airline company Virgin American is seeking to launch an IPO for 2013.
  3. Undervalued Companies With Encouraging DuPont Trends
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    Undervalued Companies With Encouraging DuPont Trends

    Here is a list of stocks that are rated highly based on the Dupont formula, which is a common way for determining growth quality.
  4. The Costs Of Being Obese
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    The Costs Of Being Obese

    Numbers released by the Mayo Clinic suggest obesity costs more than smoking.
  5. Fifty Shades Of Big Money
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    Fifty Shades Of Big Money

    Don't underestimate the power of a female-driven phenomenon.
  6. What You Need to Know About Facebook Delaying Its IPO
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    What You Need to Know About Facebook Delaying Its IPO

    Facebook is planning for one of the largest IPOs in tech history, but the actual event might be postponed due to a series of acquisitions and other business, according to CNBC.
  7. 3D Printing Set To Change The World
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    3D Printing Set To Change The World

    3D Systems and Stratasys Inc. are two growing companies in the promising world of 3D printing.
  8. Foreign Financials: 5 Stocks Hedge Funds Are Investing In
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    Foreign Financials: 5 Stocks Hedge Funds Are Investing In

    We ran a screen on foreign financial stocks for names seeing the most significant net buying from institutional investors in the current quarter, indicating that they believe there is more upside to these ...
  9. When Will Gold Miner Stocks Rally Like Gold Prices?
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    When Will Gold Miner Stocks Rally Like Gold Prices?

    ETFs backed by gold miners might offer more than ETFs backed by gold.
  10. When Are Rates Going Up?
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    When Are Rates Going Up?

    So far, the annual inflation rate has stayed near the Fed's goal of 2%.
  11. 4 Heavy Construction Stocks With Encouraging Trends
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    4 Heavy Construction Stocks With Encouraging Trends

    A great way to search among the companies in this sector is to take a look at the accounting trends.
  12. Investing In Teen Trends
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    Investing In Teen Trends

    Young investors don't have to look far for investing ideas.
  13. S&P 500 Dividend Stocks Undervalued
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    S&P 500 Dividend Stocks Undervalued

    If you're looking for value, have a look at these.
  14. High-Growth Small Caps With Short, Bullish Trends
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    High-Growth Small Caps With Short, Bullish Trends

    We screened for small-cap stocks, with market caps below $1 billion. We then screened these names for those with high growth, with 5-year projected EPS growth above 20%. Finally, we screened for the stocks ...
  15. Rallying Small Caps Undervalued According To Their Graham ...
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    Rallying Small Caps Undervalued According To Their Graham ...

    We screened for stocks that appear undervalued relative to the Graham Number, a measure of a stock's maximum fair value. The number is based off of a stock's EPS and book value per share (BVPS).
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