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Revisiting the quest for stocks that turn every $1 invested into $100. Plus: How Buffett subtly shifted his strategy midcareer… and propelled his results

Apr
1
2015

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The $1.4 trillion cash pile just waiting for you. Plus: A success story from the market’s buyout binge… and ten more to follow

Mar
31
2015

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Sunni versus Shiite, 2015 version: Brace for possible oil impact. Plus, Saudi Arabia’s best laid plans: What’s the endgame?

Mar
30
2015

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Plastic surgery, liquor licenses, vasectomies: The costs that capture Americans’ curiosity. Plus, 2006 redux: Rating agency pronounces itself unconcerned about a shaky pile of debt

Mar
27
2015

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Bombs drop, missiles fly, oil back above $50. Plus... Houthis, Hadi and al-Qaida, oh, my: A handy Yemen scorecard

Mar
26
2015

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“I’ll invest with people like this any day,” says our Chris Mayer: The Brazilian trio behind the Kraft buyout, shaking up executive suites for 44 years

Mar
25
2015

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Six days or six weeks? When is Tax Freedom Day for you? Plus: The funny thing about inflation, then and now. And: Treating cancer with sunshine

Mar
24
2015

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A trade that’s been working for more than five years… and why its days are numbered

Mar
23
2015

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The blackout that wasn’t… and the investment opportunity that arises. Plus: California’s in a drought… but is it really in a water shortage?

Mar
20
2015

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Hedge fund legend fears Fed will “knock over the apple cart”… only you’re not supposed to hear his warning

Mar
19
2015

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Is Washington really gearing up for regime change in Russia? And if not, how do you invest?

Mar
18
2015

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Chucking the current economic superpower for the new one: “Old Europe” joins the tilt toward China. Plus, waiting on the Fed: Jim Rickards issues a “cloudy” forecast

Mar
17
2015

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“Paranoid hysteria” and other measured words as de-dollarization moves forward. Plus: Rickards on how Russia and China might try to corner the gold market

Mar
16
2015

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It just won’t die: The creepy new mutation to the Internet sales tax. Plus: What’s this about a “special relationship”? Britain plays off the United States against China

Mar
13
2015

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A “stress test”... or a leisurely stroll on the treadmill? Why bank stocks are in for a rough ride by early next year

Mar
12
2015

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Dollar reaches for new highs, so naturally…we contemplate the end of its reserve currency status

Mar
11
2015

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The downside of low crude prices: Is toxic debt lurking in your 401(k)? Plus: Small business finally enjoying the same prosperity as S&P 500 firms

Mar
10
2015

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Finish line in sight: Altering genes to make the blind see. Plus: Six years into an epic stock rally, why doesn’t it feel epic now?

Mar
9
2015

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Mr. Market may be making new highs, but that's only because the helicopter dropped him off right by the summit of Mt. Everest at the beginning of the year, and then he took one more step higher.

Mar
8
2015

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Deflation prevails: Why it still doesn’t feel like a recovery. Plus: An extreme measure the Fed could take to get the results it wants

Mar
6
2015

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The technology that could save your life... after it makes you rich: Decades in the making, “historic” medical achievement now real

Mar
5
2015

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When the IRS calls and threatens you. Plus: A tax “scam” you can’t avoid: The ins and outs of the Obamacare requirements

Mar
4
2015

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More reasons why Nasdaq 5,000 is not a sign the Apocalypse is nigh. Plus: The problem with last year’s crop of IPOs… and why some of our readers don’t care

Mar
3
2015

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100-baggers, Kansas City Southern, Nasdaq 5,000, stock bubbles, oil, shale energy, consumer spending, inflation, Roadie, Waffle House

Mar
2
2015

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The farce of the latest “partial government shutdown”...and the tragedy of the tax code

Feb
27
2015

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The unloved stock that might quadruple… even if it winds up in bankruptcy court: An epic profit tale set to repeat

Feb
26
2015

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The “pot portfolio” that never existed. Plus: Three reasons our income specialist likes a private prison operator. And: An update on the $1,000 “edible sneaker” challenge

Feb
25
2015

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“Nasty surprises” during last year’s tax season… and more now: How rich is “rich”? The answer might alarm you…

Feb
24
2015

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Crisis creeps closer: Financial Times notices what Jim Rickards noticed six weeks ago: $1 trillion in bad debt… and you might be a creditor without realizing it

Feb
23
2015

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Could Obamacare be the downfall of the IRS? Plus: The S&P 500 near all-time highs… So why is no one excited? And: Jim Rogers says Russia’s a buy -- even now

Feb
20
2015

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