Despite trailing the S&P, BHP Billiton, China Mobile and McDonald's have profitable futures.
One Warren buys stocks and makes money, the other buys sneakers and declares bankruptcy. Who would you rather be?
People are slowly buying homes again, and that helps Sherwin Williams, Home Depot, and Lowe's.
With other oil companies pulling out of the continent, Sasol will solidify its base in Africa.
Over the long term, BP, Eni and Total should deliver strong total return from the higher dividend yield and rebounding stock prices.
Peabody Energy and Market Vectors Coal are the best way to profit from coal.
Amazon may have destroyed one million jobs, but it did even more damage to Sears.
"Widows and orphans" who own low beta, high-yield utilities should prosper over time.
RadioShack has too many problems and too much competition to recover with remodeling.
Unilvever, Nestle, Total and Sasol should gain from African consumer demand.