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Here are 10 Brazilian stocks that are likely provide attractive returns during 2011 and beyond.
China's solar stocks and Brazilian airline stocks outperformed global indices last week.
Gregg Greenberg breaks down today's market action with guests Dennis Hernreich, CFO of Casual Male Retail Group, Todd Salamone, director of research at Schaeffer's Investment Research, Robin Ferracone, author of "Fair Pay, Pair Play" and Constantino De Oliveira, CEO of GOL Linhas
The Gold ETFs, Netflix and Southern Company are poised to break out.
The trading panel discussed on how the U.S. economy is facing the kind of deflationary environment that Japan has struggled with.
It's a rollercoaster but keep in mind that intermediate-term indicators are rising.
Oil and gas, metals and mining and food and beverages are the top picks in Brazil's thriving economy.
Airline stocks have been in the red as the market continues to grapple with the recent news on airline losses projected for next year.
Brazil plays came up, on the heels of the news that Rio De Janeiro was selected as the host for the 2016 Olympics.
Given the current market conditions, expect to see some sort of pullback or decline this week.
The company, which leases aircraft to commercial carriers, has growth potential and pricing power.
Here's how Jim Cramer views four large holdings in Soros' portfolio.
Cramer says it's the best-in-show insurance company.
Cramer also recommends Tesco and Input/Output, because 'the oils keep going up.'
Cramer, who usually eschews airlines, says this one has no competition and is cheap.
Take another look at Friday's volume in Motorola and also what's happening in the utilities.
Cramer says the company's online move needs to include buying Yahoo!.
Cramer says this stock is too boring to own with industrial stocks flying.
The U.S. has a cold, but there's no sign of the flu further south, just robust health, as in these picks.
The stock recently blew through strong resistance. Also, here's how time and volume affect these levels.
The South American carrier is eating Varig's lunch and catching the eye of the anti-airline Cramer.
Cramer likes the Brazilian airline, GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes.
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