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Fast Money Jeff Macke Jeff Macke is a founder and president of Macke Asset Management (MAM). He has been a professional investor for the last 10 years and ran a successful hedge fund from 1999-2004. Macke contributes to  (more)
Fast Money Karen Finerman Karen Finerman has been President of Metropolitan Capital Advisors, Inc. since 1992 when she co-founded the firm. Prior to June 1992, she was the Lead Research Analyst for the Risk Arbitrage  (more)
Fast Money Pete Najarian Pete Najarian, the Pit Boss, is ranked one of the top 100 traders by Trader Monthly magazine, is co-founder of optionMONSTER.com, a news and information site for options traders. Following a football  (more)
Finerman’s Forecast: The Chairwoman’s Top Trades for 2011 Karen Finerman isn’t afraid of fine print. And she’s been parsing through plenty of it, as she positions for 2011.
Fool Best Stocks for 2008 There you have it: a brief look at some of the companies our Foolish writers think will be the best for 2008.
Forbes 12 Best-Buy Tech Stocks For 2008 Technology enjoyed a solid performance in 2007. The Technology Select Sector SPDR is up 12% this year. There are market pros that remain bullish on the sector heading into 2008, arguing that U.S.  (more)
Forbes 2008 On last month's 12th FORBES cruise for investors--aboard the majestic Crystal Serenity, which sailed from the Pacific to the Caribbean through the Panama Canal--guests got these 2008 stock picks from  (more)
Forbes 2008 Investment Guide Forbes have a dozen bulls and five bears to recommend stocks for 2008. Similar recommendations made in an average of 27% vs the market's 12% gains.
Forbes Recession Beaters For 2008 Forbes 12 Recession Beaters For 2008. Beside the 10 stocks listed below, Forbes recommend to Buy: Rydex Sector Rotation (RYSRX) and CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) futures or call options. Comverse  (more)
Forbes: 10 Buys And 10 Sells For 2010 I started my search for stocks via FactSet's incredibly versatile quant screening tool. Through FactSet, I was able to make a simple, quick quant screen and in the spirit of 2010, I chose these 10  (more)
Forbes: 17 Stocks for 2009 Our Love Only One contest pits stock pickers, 12 long and 5 short, against the S&P 500 over the coming 12 months. Those who are successful get return invitations. Longest tenure: Harindra de Silva of  (more)
Forbes: Gurus' Six Best Tech Stocks For 2010 As a group, technology stocks rode a wave of momentum going into 2010. The recovering economy and corporate profits are encouraging investors to reevaluate earlier dim prospects for top-line growth.  (more)
Forbes: Seven Commodity Plays For 2008 Forbes published these Seven Commodity Plays For 2008:

1. Buy: PowerShares DB Agriculture Fund (amex: DBA)
Business: Fund tracks DBLCI-OY Agriculture ER
Market Cap: $961.6  (more)
Fortune 2008 The best stocks for 2008
We've found ten stocks that will thrive despite - or even benefit from - the troubles facing the markets next year.
Fortune 2008 Foreign Stocks The year ahead poses challenges for the global economy - but here are some strategies that should prove fruitful.
By Yuval Rosenberg, Fortune
Fortune 2009: 10 stocks to buy now We're mired in the grizzliest bear market in decades. But the good news is that stocks have been marked down to holiday-sale levels. Here are ten stocks we think are poised for strong returns in 2009  (more)
Fortune 2010: 10 best stocks for 2010 It's unlikely that equities will enjoy a repeat of the mass revival of 2009. But we've found 10 stocks that should prosper even if the markets don't.

Renhe (Ticker: HK:1387) is also  (more)
Fortune: 10 best stocks for 2011 Despite a gain of more than 10% in the S&P 500 over the past three months, there's still a real buying opportunity in growth stocks: Our 10 best for 2011 are expected to bolster their profits an  (more)
Fortune: 10 best stocks for 2012 Times are uncertain. Stocks are moving in lockstep. Reliability and income matter more than ever. These undervalued names offer stability.
Motley Fool: The Best Stocks for 2009 The Motley Fool likes to look at what companies do in the long term, rather than what the stock price does in the short term. It's also why we think this year's selections will do well as companies,  (more)
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