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Short ETFs may be good bets amid debt crises in the U.S. and Europe.
Even for less-than-bullish analysts, the carmaker is indisputably cheap.
Buying a mutual fund or individual stocks tied to the industry are ways to beat the equity-market doldrums.
These cheap stocks are lagging their benchmarks the most.
Health-care companies are leading the benchmark index this year.
The researcher is bullish on geothermal company Ormat Technologies.
These stocks have fallen more than peers, to the bargain bin.
As the market slides, the iPad maker is looking more attractive.
As pessimism ramps up, investors should consider blue-chip stocks.
The economy has hit a soft patch, but corporate America is healthy.