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If Peter Thiel is right, stocks commonly viewed as the most safe could actually be among the most risky.
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With U.S. markets closed, it's a good time to take a look at international stocks.
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2013 was a strong year for many stock markets, but will 2014 be even better?
Japanese investors have suffered a generation of sliding stocks since the Nikkei's huge bubble popped in 1989.
During 2013, there was a huge rift between the performance of developed markets in the U.S., Europe, and Japan compared to emerging markets. Find out which countries did best and worst.