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This long-term portfolio outpaces the S&P and Nasdaq.
Soaring demand within OPEC countries undermines the production hike.
These growth names can provide a cushion for the coming volatility.
Aggressive investors might try these growth stocks.
The world has run out of cheap oil, and this company has the technology to go deeper.
More bumps lie ahead, and these three names could benefit.
They're undervalued just as pipeline capacity is about to open.
Merrill Lynch's auction may force a repricing of hedge-fund holdings, and it won't be pretty.
Your best move is to stay out -- fundamentals are rotting, and ratings are unreliable.
Demand for the corn-based fuel is resulting in higher prices for food and fertilizer.