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    Robert Dodd, analyst at Morgan Keegan, gave his take on the world’s largest credit card companies, MasterCard and Visa.

  • Don Wordell has some mid-cap ideas to help position your portfolio for recovery.  "Our process revolves around three things:  Yield, valuation and fundamentals," he told CNBC.

  • Jonathan Barratt, managing director of Commodity Broking Services, sees more upside to oil prices. He told CNBC that he believes oil prices could return to the $130- to $135-per-barrel level.

  • RNC Genter Capital Management's Dan Genter thinks the market has found a bottom. Dave Rovelli of Canaccord Adams isn't so sure. But both men have some ideas for investors about where to go from here.

  • RNC Genter Capital Management's Dan Genter thinks the market has found a bottom. Dave Rovelli of Canaccord Adams isn't so sure. But both men have some ideas for investors about where to go from here.

  • So Exxon Mobil has just broken its own record again, reporting a mind-boggling $11.6 billion profit on $138 billion in sales. Windfall? Nope: Microsoft is three times more profitable than Exxon.

  • Options are playing on early morning earnings action, according to Rebecca Darst of Interactive Brokers.

  • Earnings season is in full swing and investors are wondering how to read the news. Steven Wieting of Citigroup and Dirk Van Dijk of Zacks Investment Research offered CNBC their insights.

  • As oil prices pullback and inflation continues to rise, now is the time to invest in mining stocks, two investment strategists told CNBC Wednesday.

  • Bob Doll, CIO of global equities at BlackRock, told CNBC which stocks his firm is buying. Surprise! There're a few financials in the mix.

  • "We think equities are the asset class to be in," David Fording told CNBC.  The 4-star fund manager named the star pupils in that class.

  • When it comes to timber stocks, 5-star manager Kent Croft sees both the forest and the trees. And he offers picks.

  • Oil companies are suffering from staggering crude prices -- and two analysts see buying opportunity.

  • Which beverage maker will win the gold in 2008? Coca-Cola Chairman Neville Isdell told CNBC that sponsoring the Beijing Olympic games gives Coke the world's biggest marketing stage.

  • A surging economy, a huge trade surplus, and the Olympics: 2008 looks like China's year. CNBC contributor Peter Navarro has some strong recommendations for investors.

  • Jerry Doctrow at Stifel Nicolaus sees a very sanguine corner of the property market: health-care REITs. He offered CNBC his take on the subsector -- and his favorite stocks.

  • Barry James is looking to some well-known large-cap names to see him through the bear market.

  • Jason Votruba is big on small-cap stocks.  The five-star fund manager says small caps are "outperforming, to the surprise of a lot of people, many of the large caps."

  • Putnam's Kevin Divney sees a dramatic difference between the tech-gadget company and the Web portal -- and offers advice on owning their stocks.

  • Philip Duff of Duff Capital Advisors offers CNBC the hedge-fund view of where Merrill Lynch, regional banks, the markets and oil are headed.