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Here are four stocks stand out as clear beneficiaries or victims of the 2013 drought.
These once-great companies lost their way, but new management is bringing fresh ideas and a greater focus on profit metrics, which should yield rising stock prices.
These biotech stocks could take a big hit when investors start to focus on lower-valued stocks in other industries.
A firming economy can prompt some companies to part with cash in the form of increased dividend payouts.
A wide range of companies are generating near-record profit margins, and cash continues to pile up on corporate balance sheets.
These stocks fell deeply out of favor in the last year but could be poised to rally this year.
These stocks stand to benefit from a rising tide of consumer spending in 2013.
Some of the most impressive yield plays can be found in Europe, Latin America and Asia, and these dividend payers often trade here in the U.S. as well.
Indeed a few dozen companies in the S&P 500 are set to boost sales in 2013 in excess of 20%.
If you know where to look, you can find impressive income opportunities across the investing spectrum.