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Vector Group produces discount cigarettes, taking on Altria Group and Reynolds American.
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These five Dow stocks will help protect your investments as the equity market slumps.
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'Green tech' companies such as FuelCell Energy are still more about hype than potential.
Visa and MasterCard are expected to boost revenue and earnings through next year despite new regulations, but MasterCard shares offer a better deal.
Smartphone component makers are sometimes a better investment than the device companies themselves.