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"What do you do when oil's over $130 a barrel, and the subprime-infected stocks are still plaguing the market?" asked David Sowerby of Loomis Sayles. "You go shopping!"
Infrastructure: If they were re-making "The Graduate," that'd be the whispered word of advice. That's how 5-star fund manager John Derrick sees it.
Big jumps for the unemployment rate and the oil prices on the same morning. Christopher Zook says it's stagflation -- and tells you how to defend your portfolio.
But Morningstar executive cautioned against TIPS based funds.
It's a tough time for an investor to find prosperity -- but Doug Cliggott says it might be found in food-supply stocks.
A scuffed-up shoe company and a shining entertainment giant are unlikely companions in the good graces of John Buckingham, the chief portfolio manager of Al Frank Asset Management.
Bernie McGinn says it's time for the investor to make a deposit in some selected bank stocks -- because the founder of McGinn Investment Management thinks the subprime crisis has run its course.
With high diesel-fuel prices putting the squeeze on trucking, shares of railroad companies are still in the green, according to Kevin Kirkeby of Standard and Poor's, and Lee Klaskow of Longbow Research.
Jim Awad thinks an investor should build a stock portfolio with BRICs -- Brazil, Russia, India, and China -- but it's not necessary to leave home to get into that market.
The auto industry is scaring investors these days -- but Itay Michaeli, auto and auto-parts analyst for Citi, shows you how to invest in the industry without buying the stocks of big carmakers.
Thomas Winmill is still bullish on commodities -- although he doesn't think oil is currently a buy. The president and portfolio manager of The Midas Funds also likes some commodity-related stocks.
Jerry Castellini finds opportunity for investors in soaring commodity prices.
Uncertain times call for creative, careful investing. That's what Jeff Layman of BKD Wealth Advisors preaches.
"Most of the mundane things in this world make money," Neil Hennessy told CNBC. The 5-star fund manager praises stocks an investor might easily overlook.
Conventional Wall Street wisdom says, "Sell in May, and go away." Manny Weintraub says that's not wise this year.
Stock-picking is a matter of chemistry for Greenwich Consultants' Michael Judd: The Wall Street Journal ranked him as the No. 1 chem-company analyst for the 2nd year in a row. PLUS: His Web Exclusive picks!
Millennium Pharmaceuticals shares soared 70 percent since March -- when Friedman, Billings, Ramsey's David Khani recommended it. So what does he have his eye on now?
Morgan Keegan analyst Brian Ruttenbur points to four companies that are making double-digit growth gains from the Homeland security boom.
Ridgeworth Capital Management's Don Wordell says the thing your portfolio needs the most right now is value stocks -- and he has a couple of names for you. Plus: Web Exclusive picks -- only for CNBC.com readers!
After last week's massive tumble in the Dow, Dan Genter of RNC Genter Capital Management and Jill Evans of Alpine Funds say a company's dividends deserve as much attention -- at least -- as total returns.