The biotech sector has been one of the market's top performers, but it has recently pulled back, and MoneyShow's Tom Aspray wonders whether the tech sector can take up the slack and propel the QQQ higher if biotech fails to regain its mojo.
Education is a primary issue in China. Urban Chinese families spend more than 30% of their household income on their child's education, compared with only 2% in the United States, observes Mark Skousen, editor of Fast Money Alert.
Have you ever wondered how your iPad knows which way is up and which is down? Or how your digital camera's image stabilization feature works? The technology behind all of these features is motion sensing, explains Tyler Laundon in Daily Profit.
Our buyback-based portfolio is up 121.46% since inception in 2000 versus a gain of 23.96% in the S&P 500 over the same time frame; here's a look at the latest addition to this model portfolio, writes David Fried, editor of The Buyback Letter.
This company may face some obstacles and tough year-to-year comparison in the first half of 2014, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, however, he doesn't think any weakness will be big enough to warrant selling, then rebuying.
John Persinos, of Personal Finance, looks at a sector with high-flying potential—helicopters—and highlights a trio of plays in medical transport, offshore drilling platform services, and manufacturing.
Our primary purpose is to assist investors in growing their capital and income base from which to generate cash for their current and future needs, says blue-chip dividend-focused advisor Kelley Wright in Investment Quality Trends.
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