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SmartMoney 2008 We see a broad range of opportunities in a host of sectors that will benefit from growth overseas. Indeed, the best opportunities in 2008 are companies that are helping the world's emerging economies  (more)
Smartmoney dividends 2009 To select the six companies below, I looked for 5% dividend yields among companies with stable sales and profits and strong balance sheets, while making sure dividend payments make up not more than  (more)
SmartMoney Energized Portfolios Savvy energy investors are looking for more gains over the next few years. Traditional-energy companies, already profitable at the recent oil price of nearly $75 a barrel, should benefit from higher  (more)
SmartMoney: Five Overseas Dividend Stocks With Strong Yields 5 stocks that will pay you now. Looking to stay ahead of a stormy domestic market? With overseas dividend stocks offering strong yields and generous increases, SmartMoney picked five for confort and  (more)
SmartMoney: Where to Invest 2009: Higher Risk and Return The stock market seems to be pricing many companies as though the credit crunch and recession fog will never lift. Call us crazy, but surely some financial firms and energy companies won't go out of  (more)
Standard and Poors Power Picks 2008 After beating their own benchmark index for the last five years, Standard & Poor’s equity research team is betting on the biggest U.S. jam maker and the Magic Kingdom to outperform again in 2008. more)
Stocks 2009 The Investor Guide for the Year Ahead 2008 was absolutely brutal — and no one was spared. But if history is any guide, the coming months and years will bring an epic market turnaround. And well-positioned investors won't just recoup  (more)
Stocks 2010 The Investor Guide to the Year Ahead There’s another bubble brewing right under our noses.
Investors, despite fresh memories of two equity bubbles in the
matter of a decade, continue to make highly emotional decisions more)
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