Face-Off: Health and Diet Stocks [VIDEO]

As we approach the cyclically sweet period between New Year's resolutions and swimsuit season, investors may think there are profitable opportunities in companies focused on diet and exercise. But you may be wise not to gorge on the stocks.

YouTube CEO Chad Hurley to Move to Advisory Role

Chad Hurley, co-founder and CEO of YouTube, will move to an advisory role at the company, TechCrunch said. Hurley is working on other projects and will focus on them when he becomes an adviser at the Google (GOOG) subsidiary, TechCrunch reported. He declined to give details on the other projects.

Skype's New CEO Has a Tough Job Ahead of Him

It's obvious why Tony Bates, the incoming CEO of Skype, was tapped for the gig: The upstart communications company needs a serious player at the helm to help it crack the corporate market. But solving the many problems of wild child Skype won't be easy for the ex-Cisco executive.

How to Invest for 100% Gains -- and It's Not in Stocks

If you had $20,000 to invest where would you put it? The bank? Stocks? Bonds? Maybe even gold? James Altucher, managing director of Formula Capital, says that even though he thinks stocks are going up, there are better ways to invest your money.

Avoid These Common Investing Mistakes

Shortsightedness, overconfidence and failing to have a plan are more likely to hurt investors' long-term results than the inevitable ups and downs of stocks and bonds, says Jonathan Satovsky, chairman and chief executive of Satovsky Asset Management.

BarkOff review: A dog of a product

The Product: BarkOff The Price: $10, plus $6.99 shipping and handling The Claims: Trains dogs to stop barking anytime, anywhere Buy-O-Meter Rating: 0...

Face-Off on Stocks: Tiffany, Coach and Polo Ralph Lauren

Luxury retailers tend to be early cycle stocks: They move in advance of other sectors. Shares in Tiffany, Coach and Polo Ralph Lauren have been been crushing the broader market for a while. But will they continue? Do their stocks make good buys? Watch Face-Off.

Under the Radar: China's Biggest Drugstore Chain Looks Cheap

Here's a stock that is the largest drugstore operator in China, but still has huge growth ahead of it. The company just got costs under control, and has a new CEO. Plus, the stock is traded on the NYSE and sports a hefty dividend. Yet few know about it.

Under the Radar: A Possible Ten-Bagger Stock

Looking for companies that are growing fast but still ignored by Wall Street? Hilary Kramer talks about two stocks here with great upside potential. One of them, she says, could even be a ten-bagger.