Warren Buffett's latest major investment is in General Motors, the American automotive giant roiled in a recall scandal for the ages.
The cable companies may be as hated as they come, but their stocks are a different story.
Warren Buffett is a fan of credit cards these days. The legendary investor upped his stakes in Visa and MasterCard last quarter.
With Hertz constantly tripping over its own two feet, where do you turn to take advantage of this lucrative oligopoly, in which 96% is controlled by just three companies?
With the price of oil coming down even further this week, it's so important to make distinctions among energy companies.
On Wednesday Dow Chemical increased its dividend and said it would buy back $5 billion worth of its own shares, bringing its total buyback authorization to nearly $10 billion.
The natural and organic trend is alive and well, and if you're in doubt just look at the results we've seen in the past week.
You'd probably say it's impossible for GNC to triple overnight. But before you cast off what I have to say, take a look at the math behind my madness.
Mad Money research analyst Jack Mohr shares his thoughts on how shares of GNC could triple overnight.
Fleetcor Technologies has driven away from the pack, yet remains relatively unknown to investors.