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The more the economy improves, the closer we move to a saturation point beyond which the economy begins to decline again. Now is the time to buy recession-proof stocks.
Global Positioning System technologies are increasingly becoming embedded in even the most mundane products, such as dog collars. Investors may want to navigate their portfolio to a GPS company.
The number of new hedge funds cropping up across the United States is increasing. This is a sign that the economy is beginning to stabilize.
Despite impressive economic data, the economy is not out of the woods yet. So continue hedging your portfolios with gold and other precious metals.
Walmart's new money-transfer venture begins Thursday. It should not hurt these long-time stalwarts.
Alamos Gold is among those to consider because it has healthier margins and stability it has shown at lowering costs.
The sort of promotion SoupMan got from the Super Bowl is worth a lot -- certainly more than just 30 seconds of promotion to people who're already addicted to McDonald's and other fast foods.