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Cramer: What Moves a Stock

<i>Text copyright © 2013 by J.J. Cramer & Co. From JIM CRAMER'S GET RICH CAREFULLY, reprinted with permission from Blue Rider Press, a member of Penguin</i> …

Big Gains From Betting Against the Yen

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Not many investors pay attention to the impact of currencies on their international funds. But that could be changing.<p>Last …

Investing

4 Stocks Under $10 Making Big Moves

DELAFIELD, Wis. (Stockpickr) -- At Stockpickr, we track daily portfolios of stocks that are the biggest percentage gainers and the biggest percentage …

Trading

Five Reasons It's Time To Buy Bonds Again

Bonds in 2013 finally got their comeuppance. After a long, pleasing ride of income + price gains, the bond market decided the party was over. It only took four months for the 10-year U.S. Treasury note to drop the equivalent of over five years’ interest. All but the shortest maturities suffered …

Amazon's Jeff Bezos Explains Why We Love Some Companies And Fear Others

According to Brad Stone's new book "The Everything Store," that omnipresence made its CEO Jeff Bezos wonder how Amazon could avoid becoming one of those companies that people hate for its size and power.<p>The company had already been criticized for how it pays sales tax, eBook pricing, certain …

6 Steps To Nailing A Job Interview ... Over The Phone

<i>By Judith A. Stock</i><p>As a stellar would-be employee, you want to sail through the interview process. But before you think that all you need is a knockout résumé and a killer outfit, think again. Nowadays, there’s a step before the in-person interview: the <i>phone</i> interview.<p>“The global economy means more …

13 Timeless Lessons from the Father of Advertising - Copyblogger

In 1962, Time magazine called David Ogilvy “the most sought-after wizard in today’s advertising industry.”<p>In his years as an advertising executive …

The Assets Investors Think Will Deliver Most

Sixty eight percent of respondents to the Schroders survey, released in May, said they were investing more into equities this year. Despite slower growth, and countries like Brazil seeing their GDP forecasts revised downward from 3.5% to just 2.5% recently, investors are more bullish this year than …

Emerging Markets: Let The Pain Begin, Again

Emerging markets have never been so torn. But what they’re torn between is economic crisis on one hand, and muddling through on the next.<p>The good ole boom days –from Indonesia to Brazil — are over. Everyone has now firmly settled on two things: slower growth in the advanced economies, slow growth …

Seven Of The Most Common Investment Mistakes

In life, mistakes happen. The same is true in investing. With all of the historical data and experience we possess there is still no computer program or individual that will get it right all of the time. This is because investing contains uncertainty. Moreover, investing is an emotional endeavor, …

It's A Mistake For Advisors To Blame Any Single Asset Class

<b>Advisors Shouldn't Single Out One Asset Class For Abuse (The Capital Spectator)</b><p>Consensus is that emerging market growth is now slowing and that the good times in emerging market stocks are now over. But James Picerno at Capital Spectator writes that, "The truth is that we didn't wake up today and …

30 Questions You Should And Shouldn't Ask In A Job Interview

A job interview is a two-way street. The employer asks questions to determine if the interviewee is an ideal fit for the job, and the smart candidate uses the interview to assess how she would fit in, if she would be able to do her best work there, and how well aligned her goals are with those of …

Moody's: US Banks Looking Solid As Bernanke Keeps The Juice Flowing, But Perils Of Financial Crisis Loom

Five years after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, the outlook for U.S. banks is finally improving, according to Moody’s, which upgraded their view on the financial system from negative to steady on Tuesday. Wall Street has thrived on Ben Bernanke’s ultra-low interest rates, …