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Developers of drought-resistant plant seeds should see big demand growth.
With gas pump prices down sharply, a handful of companies should see big earnings growth.
These high-quality companies have excellent earnings prospects and pay healthy dividends.
Hefty dividends and solid growth prospects make these information-technology stocks worth a look.
The energy-stock slump presents long-term investment opportunities.
Economic uncertainty pushes investors to buy fixed-income investments.
International economic concerns dragged down the index, but an eclectic group of companies shined.
Work longer and save money are two pieces of advice given by a Boston College study.
They're the best performers this year, with a 12% return.