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Beware over-valued tech IPOs, keep an eye on mergers and don't write off legacy tech icons.
Mega-banks invest with super-fast computers -- and no scruples -- and as a result get years without trading loss days.
His holding company is modeled after Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, but Biglari's behavior is not. He calls a shareholder a 'schmuck,' a target company board "chihuahuas."
Determining your business's value can be tricky, and potentially critical to your quality of life in retirement.
We're seeing a divergence between small and large stocks and between consumer discretionary and consumer staples stocks. Should you be concerned?
Gardeners have a lot to teach investors about how to plan with an eye toward long-term trends and to adjust that in light of unfolding events.
The world of finance has traps for the unwary and even in a bull market, they can harm you. So it pays to be on the lookout.
Absent a full-scale war in Eastern Europe or a complete collapse of the Chinese economy (both possible yet highly doubtful), your holdings should be OK.
Two economic indicators suggest that the U.S. economy is recovering from the recession, yet worries about the future and the economy in general keeps on.