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All this talk about electric cars means demand for electricity will increase. And where are we going to get it?
Very focused on returns on capital
Technology's increasing importance to boost efficiency levels will fuel opportunities for the savvy investor
Holding company offers safe haven
Not every company is posting losses, Cheryl Devoe Kim reports
Analysts say the deep-water segment is in high demand. Here are four potential winners
It is the risk takers who will benefit from the turmoil , writes George Athanassakos
Canadian banks are better capitalized and less leveraged than the global peer group, writes Murray Leith
The small cap sector has more than its share of long shots and one-trick ponies, but if you pick a winner, the returns can be spectacular
Former Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge is pessimistic about the outlook for equity markets over the next three years, Kevin O'Leary writes
Canadian banks are better capitalized and less leveraged than the global peer group.
This REIT comes with an impressive dividend yield, smart management
Infrastructure investments are here to stay in government budgets worldwide and in Kevin O'Leary's portfolio.
If you have an appetite for risk, here are resource plays with strong management and plenty of cash
Their shares are cheap and are poised to rebound within weeks with the price of crude
They are the envy of the corporate world: public companies that entered the credit crisis with near-bulletproof balance sheets.
New biotech firms aim to diagnose disease at the molecular level- saving millions and earning billions
It's a fabulous business, and as a shareholder it warms my heart to know that someone is paying me while I sleep at night
The credit crunch makes talk of whether the BCE pact will close a topic that trumps all in BNN's Green Room
This fall's credit market freeze has been particularly unkind to companies with high leverage, impending debt maturities and unfunded expansion projects.
Battered stock is cheap and has great potential for capital gains
Oct. 20: Soupcoff emerges as the winner »
Aug. 14: Lesley and Murray buffeted, but still ahead »
June 9: Lesley and Murray making money »
April 17: Both contestants solidly in the black »
March 10: When Murray met Lesley stock picking faceoff »
Jan. 18: Portfolios take a hit »
Dec. 13: Murray takes an early lead »
Nov. 21: Investor Faceoff: When Murray met Lesley »
Stock puts long-term capital growth, enduring revenue stream in your pocket
Anthony Scilipoti was investigating accounting shenanigans at Nortel and Royal Group long before the RCMP went poking around.
Investors might remember the 1990s as the years of the dot-com boom, which led to outrageous gains in the stock market. But they were also the years when productivity in the United States, and in much of the developed world, went through a dramatic shift that got many observers wondering if the economy had entered a productivity revolution.
When the lights go out, Ben Stein on Wall Streetís immorality & more...
Is value dead? The lure of the long shot, the Steadhand diaries and more...
Inside Sprott Inc., The Technicians, Liquid assets and more...
Bill Miller, The Wealthy Barber, How to Live Tax Free and more...
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