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Facebook Proves It Has No Social Skills Whatsoever

Facebook Proves It Has No Social Skills Whatsoever

A ham-handed effort to force users to adopt its email blows up big-time.

5 Reasons Why the Americans Are More Worried About Europe Than the Europeans

5 Reasons Why the Americans Are More Worried About Europe Than the Europeans

From the German perspective, the crisis has not become part of their everyday existence.

Time to Dig In to Rare Earth Stocks

Time to Dig In to Rare Earth Stocks

With many stocks driven close to their 52-week lows, here's what to watch for during the second half of 2012.

How the Second Half of 2012 Will Play Out (Hint: Ugly), and Where to Invest

How the Second Half of 2012 Will Play Out (Hint: Ugly), and Where to Invest

This strategy seeks to attain the Holy Grail of high single digit returns for 2012 with low volatility.

Will Iron Ore Stocks Sink Like a Stone?

Will Iron Ore Stocks Sink Like a Stone?

BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, and Vale are all down on low prices and diminished demand. Yet there's $200 billion of development currently in the pipeline globally for new iron ore mines.

Gold ETFs or Mining Stocks: Which Is the Better Bet?

Gold ETFs or Mining Stocks: Which Is the Better Bet?

Investors have been flocking to gold ETFs -- but are they a better option than the miners?

After the IPO: A Strategy for Trading Facebook

After the IPO: A Strategy for Trading Facebook

As an investor, I have to make tough decisions: What am I willing to pay and how soon?

What the Post-Crisis Novel Can Teach Us About Finance

What the Post-Crisis Novel Can Teach Us About Finance

It might be time to trade in technical indicators and company P&Ls for a good-old-fashioned book.

Rovio's Skyrocketing Growth and the Increasing Dominance of Smartphone Gaming

Rovio's Skyrocketing Growth and the Increasing Dominance of Smartphone Gaming

Rovio, the maker of the enormously popular 'Angry Birds' mobile game, may be heading for an IPO.

7 Gadgets Retrofitted for the Future

7 Gadgets Retrofitted for the Future

Miss the feel of a telephone handset, the sound of a dial-up modem, or the click-clack of a typewriter? New tech toys are bringing back the features of simpler times.