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.
Free cash flow gives a real sense of whether a company is really adding cash to its balance sheet.
Here are five gold mining stocks that look like solid bargains, with considerable upside even if gold prices themselves fail to rally further.
A rebounding economy can be quite favorable for mid-cap stocks.
These five companies hope to be major players when the current entertainment industry transition is complete.
The imminent fiscal cliff is just the first hurdle. We can count on government spending pressures for years to come, greatly impacting these companies.
These big stocks are much better values today than they were a dozen years ago.