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Yes, the air is bad, but China is also a leading production center for alternative energy.
This China surveillance play is in the right place for expansion, like it or not.
Traders are casting valuation metrics aside, and cheap stocks become cheaper.
This mighty duo is cheap after the recent commodity shakeup, and I'd load up here.
Shares are down over 30% in just a few weeks on no change in fundamental outlook.
Global demand for agricultural chemicals should help to maintain heady growth.
Just days ago Baidu had big numbers, and this week it's Sohu's turn to impress.
Apple is a buy, but WaMu must be sold, Patrick Schultz says.
If shares of Baidu double and then double again, it would equate to a price of $1,200, and the market cap would still be only one-fourth that of Google.
The move toward cleaner, more efficient energy makes this underexposed stock a growth play.