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When cold weather hits, the United States Natural Gas ETF jumps. But there's more to the story.
Sir John Templeton profited by investing in sectors in disfavor in the Great Depression and when they rebounded, wow! Choose a company or fund and see how well you do.
Northwest Bancshares, Oritani and Univest prove that banks don't have to be big to have big dividends and big profit margins.
Preferred Apartments should also benefit from current economic trends, and all 3 sport a fine dividend.
Foreign blue-chips do not receive the investor attention they deserve.
Big beta, big volatility and big dividend oil stocks are appealing no matter where they call home.
Market Vectors Coal and Peabody Energy are up with United States Oil down, while coal pluses move keep it chugging along.
Wall Street is overlooking what makes WalMart a promising stock.
More jobs, more money, less income inequality and less pollution would result from reduced oil speculation.
Dividends from companies like Coca-Cola, WalMart and ExxonMobil tend to be reliable and likely to increase, even double, in your portfolio over time.