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The relentless upward march of oil prices dominated the business headlines through the week, but there were other developments to inspire the traders, analysts, and fund managers who offered their suggestions to investors on CNBC.
Worried about your portfolio going south? Don't worry, advises Tom Del Zoppo. HSBC's head of cash equities for the Americas thinks that's the best place for at least part of it to go.
A subtle change in the technological climate is clearing the skies over a couple of high-tech firms and their stocks, according to David Lutz. The Stifel, Nicolaus Capital Markets managing director told CNBC how it works.
The old adage advises investors to "sell in may and go away," but CNBC asked the experts for stock picks that might that might make investors stay in the game this month.
Recent gains in the markets have changed the valuation picture on a lot of stocks, but Jefferies managing director Art Hogan is constantly on the lookout for bargains, and he told CNBC about some stocks that are still steals.
Jim Hardesty thinks an investor can come roaring out of the economic slowdown on a Hog.
Muscular retail sales figures encouraged traders -- as the dollar slips again and crude oil continues to soar. How should investors read these ostensibly contradictory signs? Erik Ristuben of Russell Investment Group and Holly Isdale of Lehman Brothers offered their sector insights to CNBC.
Is the U.S. economy in a recession? Heading for a recession? "No" on both counts, says Frank Cappiello, the chairman and managing director of Montgomery Brothers, Cappiello. And he thinks it's time to think about buying stocks.
The alternative-energy sector is as good as gold, according to Walter Price, portfolio manager of the Allianz RCM Tech Fund. His fund is up an average of 18.1 percent per year over the last five years. Check out his picks!
As the Dow, Nasdaq and S&P slide into negative territory, CNBC asked the experts how to bolster your investments.
Haim Israel of Merrill Lynch in Jerusalem has some ideas about smaller Israeli companies that might have escaped the attention of U.S. investors.
The bears are coming out of the woods, after a long season of Wall Street gains. Doug Cliggott of Dover Management is among them -- but he sees nuclear power as a safe haven.
When Apple's Steve Job's picked Israeli Yael Naim's "New Soul" for the Mac Air commercial, it wasn't the first time Silicon Valley connected with Israel. In fact, Israel has more companies traded on the tech heavy Nasdaq than any other country outside the United States. As Israel celebrates its 60th anniversary of statehood, here are some more facts and figures on the Israeli economy and markets...
Sprint Nextel and Clearwire are close to announcing a $12 billion joint venture with major cable operators for high speed wireless Internet access for mobile phones and laptops, a source said.
Stocks rebounded this afternoon after a morning slide, and CNBC asked the market experts how investors can capitalize on this momentum.
Shares of wireless providers have been surging, so is it time for investors to make a call? Hold the phone, says Craig Moffett. The senior telecom analyst for Sanford C. Bernstein has a strategy...
Jay Bowen, the president of Bowen Hanes, recommends firms with major foreign exposure. Click for his stock picks.
Wish you bought into Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway before it was $130,000 per share? James Altucher, managing director at Formula Capital, told CNBC about three stocks that just may be "the next Berkshires." If he's right, investors will want to buy'em while they're low.
Shopping for promising stocks? Where better than at the supermarket? Jeff Auxier of Auxier Asset Management has some tasty food-business selections for investors.
Jason Trennert, chief investment strategist for Strategas Partners, says now is the season for corporate weddings -- while the political climate is right.