Under the Radar: Three Stocks Set to Double [Video]

Sometimes its the stocks you least expect that have the greatest opportunities. Hilary Kramer has come up with three such companies, revealed here, that she says offer great upside potential for investors.

Buddhist Economics? Raj Patel Suggests a New Idea of Value

Worried about the meaning of existence? You might want to check out Raj Patel's best-selling book "The Value of Nothing." Its message about how we value -- and misvalue -- the world and ourselves charts a middle path toward a society in which our economic choices aren't dominated by Big Brother or big corporations.

Face-Off on Stocks: Disney, Viacom, Time Warner

It's award season in Hollywood, with the Oscars just weeks away. But stocks are forward-looking, so investors are already keying on summer blockbuster season. And a bigger-than-expected summer hit or two can indeed provide a catalyst for media and entertainment company shares.

Face-Off on Stocks: McDonald's, Yum, Wendy's/Arby's

fast-food restaurants appear to have put the worst of the downturn in consumer discretionary spending behind them, but new industrywide challenges have emerged for 2011. That got us wondering if there's fast money to be made in fast-food stocks -- or if shares are too hard to swallow at current levels.

Why Women Beat Men When It Comes to Investing

Warren Buffett may disagree, but some studies say women, not men, make the best investors. Why? Hilary Kramer of GameChangerStocks.com explains that there are a few things women do right. Listen up, guys.

Striking a Balance Between Stocks' Profits and Bonds' Safety

After getting hammered when stocks dove a few years ago, many investors scrambled for the safety of bonds. But now that stock markets have rallied, cautious investors are looking for ways to get some profits from equities while keeping conservative portfolios. A new variable annuity product from Western & Southern Financial Group may be just what they're looking for.

Face-Off on Stocks: Electric Utility Companies [Video]

Yes, electric utilities are a mostly unloved sector among investors, even though everyone needs power. But maybe their steady and dividend-friendly shares have more appeal these days. Here's a look at three big names: American Electric Power, Constellation Energy and Allegheny Energy.

Three Companies With... Stocks That Are Set to Double [Video]

As stocks continue to climb higher, finding undervalued companies gets more difficult. Hilary Kramer, editor of GameChangerStocks.com stopped by our offices to discuss three e-commerce companies that she believes could double from their current levels.

Why Small Cap Stocks Should Outperform in 2011 [Video]

What kinds of stocks stand to do best in 2011? Hilary Kramer, editor of GameChangerStocks.com says that while many are counting on large cap stocks to outperform the market, investors could do better in small cap stocks. Here's why.

Under the Radar: Dividend-Yielding Plays [Video]

Hilary Kramer, editor of GameChangerStocks.com says that many investors find solace in dividend yielding stocks during tough times. In this video, Kramer provides three stocks that she says not only sport great dividend yields, but also have significant upside potential.

Face-off on Stocks: Outdoor Sportswear and Footwear

For many sportswear manufacturers, wintry weather leads to increased sales as people bundle up and and outfit themselves for outdoor sports. Here, Matthew Pulomena and Nikhil Hutheesing face-off on which sportswear companies stand to benefit the most -- and how investors can profit.

Some Good Signs From 2010 for Stocks in 2011

Stocks are closing out 2010 with a bang -- posting double-digit gains. Veteran NYSE trader Teddy Weisberg says that those gains should come as no surprise and says there are three important lessons from the market's behavior that will help guide investors in 2011.

2011 Investments: Dividends, Short-Term Bonds and Energy

The economy should keep gradually improving in 2011 as it did this year, but that doesn't mean the same investment strategy will work in the new year, says Oliver Pursche, president of Gary Goldberg Financial Services. When it comes to stocks, ample free cash flow and financial stability will be key, especially given the increased volatility Pursche sees coming.

Street Smart: So, You Want to be a Stock-Picker?

Do you know the right way to pick winning stocks? Nikhil Hutheesing heads to New York's Union Square to speak with holiday shoppers about how they shop for stocks. Then fund manager James Altucher gives his professional advice.

What's an Exchange-Traded Fund?

Laura Morrison, head of U.S. ETF trading and listings operations at NYSE Euronext, explains what these increasingly popular investment vehicles are and how they can best be used in an investment portfolio. She also talks about how how interested investors can purchase ETFs.

Face-Off on Stocks: Walgreen, CVS, Rite Aid

Not everyone is happy about the mild start to the cold-and-flu season. The nation's drugstore chains, already under pricing pressure from Walmart and each other, would be happier if the rest of us had coughs and sniffles. Here are bull and bear cases for the three big chains.

If You're a Day Trader, You Could Be Making a Big Mistake

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Face-Off on Stocks: Alcoa, Caterpillar, United Technologies

China and other emerging markets will be a growth story for a long time to come creating opportunity for American companies and investors. Nikhil Hutheesing and Dan Burrows face-off in this video about which U.S. stocks stand to benefit the most.

Despite World's Problems, U.S. Stocks Will Thrive in 2011

Economic news out of China, South Korea, Europe and the rest of the world can have unpredictable consequences for U.S. stocks. But in this short video, Fund manager James Altucher says our economy can handle the ups and downs and explains why stocks will do well in 2011.

Jones Villalta Opportunity Fund Likes Financials, Tech Stocks

Where are the best deep-value investment opportunities? Where there is the most pessimism, of course. In this short video, fund manager Tom Villata talks about where he sees the greatest opportunities among blue-chip tech stocks and financials.

Three Companies That Will...Soar on Holiday Sales

Hilary Kramer, editor of GameChangerStocks.com, talks about three consumer companies that she says are set "to do very well this holiday season and see their stocks soar." She's full of good cheer about Sirius XM Radio, Zales and Ruth's Chris Steak House.

Under the Radar: Health Care Stocks That Could Soar

When most investors think of "under the radar" stocks, they think of small caps. But in this short video, Hilary Kramer discusses three health care stocks that are not that well known, but that she thinks will do very well for investors. Two of them have market caps in the billions.

Why the Ugly Jobs Report Was Good for Stocks [VIDEO]

The stock market's powerful two-day rally nearly fizzled out Friday after the unemployment rate unexpectedly jumped to 9.8%. But traders managed to find a silver lining even in that grim news, and stocks found a way to sneak out a gain.

Street Smart: What the Heck Is a Jobless Recovery?

When it comes to economic jargon there may be no more aggravating or seemingly contradictory phrase than "jobless recovery." What good is a recovery if it doesn't put people back to work? DailyFinance explains this oxymoronic state of affairs. [Video]

Gary Shilling on The Age of Deleveraging

Economist Gary Shilling, who correctly predicted the financial collapse, just released a new book, The Age of Deleveraging which explains why inflation is not what investors should be fearing, but rather deflation. Shilling also gives ten investments investors should now make.