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Jeffery Saut at Raymond James and Allan Nichols at Morningstar shared their insights on why you want dividend stocks -- and which ones to buy.
ETFs (exchange-traded funds) are gaining as ways to play energy and commodities. Trader Talk blogger Bob Pisani revealed three new Powershares energy ETFs that investors should know.
Generation Y has some unique investment opportunities around the world, according to James Moffett. The chairman of Scout Investment Advisors singles out companies based in Ireland, Brazil, and Finland as major opportunities for younger investors with longer time horizons.
Australian stocks are soaring. Don Williams at Platypus Asset Management, and Greg Canavan at Fat Prophets, offered CNBC their favorite stocks.
Basic materials and the power to use them offer strong opportunities for investors, according to Kent Croft. He's also enthusiastic about a familiar technology name.
Basic materials and the power to use them offer strong opportunities for investors, according to Kent Croft.
David Katz at Oppenheimer feels optimistic about some hotel stocks.
The release of the new iPhone makes video game companies a hot stock, said David Garrity, director of research at Dinosaur Securities. Following are his top stock picks.
James Altucher, founder of stockpickr.com, tells CNBC his top four stock picks that GAIN on hurricanes.
Joseph Heider, president of Dawson Wealth Management, and Ernest Hathaway, principal at the Financial Strategies Institute, offered CNBC their inflation investment strategies.
They may be young, but members of Generation Y can profit from the stocks of some older companies, according to Ralph Shive of First Source Investment Advisors.
If you ask Miller Tabak's David Joyce about media stocks, it might be easier to ask which ones he does not recommend than which ones he does: He has "buy" recommendations on no fewer than 21 media stocks...
It's all about the time horizon for Generation Y investors, said Bob Sullivan of Satuit Capital Management. Here are his recommendations for the estimated 70 million 14- to 28-year olds.
Ben Lichtenstein at tradersaudio.com offered CNBC his strategy for a mild rally like the one U.S. stocks enjoyed on Tuesday.
It was another wild trading day of ups and downs but stocks ran to the finish line and pulled off a decent gain as oil dropped more than $5 a barrel.
Look to health care stocks to find stable earners and diamonds in the rough while the market bottoms, said Connor Browne of Thornburg Value Fund.
The right health care stocks can earn investors big bucks, said William Muggia, portfolio manager at Touchstone Mid Cap Growth Fund.
Dennis Gartman at The Gartman Letter explained the reasons behind U.S. Steel’s recent slump.
Stocks wavered in another volatile trading session Tuesday as existing-home sales fell more than expected, oil dropped $5 and Alcoa dragged on the Dow. Comments from Bernanke and a $2 drop in oil prices offered the market some support.
Technology and textiles offer some unique opportunities for investors under 30 -- the demographic known as "Generation Y" -- according to Romeo Dator of U.S. Global Investors.