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Why Ambarella (Nasdaq: AMBA) Stock Will Double – Again

Ambarella (Nasdaq: AMBA) stock has gone on an amazing tear since we first recommended it, more than tripling in value.

But Ambarella meets and exceeds Tech Specialist Michael Robinson's Tech Wealth Secrets Rule No. 1: Great Companies Have Great Operations

With that in mind, here's why AMBA stock could double once again from here...

Inside Wall Street

Latest Wall Street Lies Expose the Danger with Analyst Reports

Bad behavior on the part of the big investment banks is almost a cliché by now, but some Wall Street lies can harm individual investors more than others.

This came to light again last week when the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) slapped a $15 million fine on Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) for giving privileged clients a much different opinion of certain stocks than the bank was publishing in its reports.

And Citi is not alone.

Here's why regulators can't stop this kind of thing, no matter how many fines they impose...

Stocks to watch

Stocks to Watch Today: BKS, SHLD, DG and 4 More

Stocks to watch today, Dec. 4, 2014: Earnings season has all but ended. Just six companies in the S&P 500 Index have yet to post results.

Thursday brings results from some key industry players, including a beleaguered bookseller, an iconic yet struggling department store chain, a leading dollar store company, and more.

Following are seven hot stocks to watch today.

Gold

Five Reasons Gold Is Higher After Swiss Vote

On Sunday, Switzerland asked citizens if the central bank should hold a minimum 20% of its assets in gold, not be allowed to sell it off, and store it all at home. The initiative failed, with 78% voting against.

A "yes" vote would have been particularly bullish for gold. But despite the "no" vote, gold prices rose anyway.

Here's a look at the reasons gold is higher after the Swiss vote - and why we are bullish on gold into 2015...

IPOs

IPOs in 2015: A Watch List

IPOs in 2015: Several IPOs broke records this year. On June 26, 2014, GoPro went public, earning 31% gains the day of its debut. Making history, Alibaba went public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Sept 19. The company exceeded its $20 billion expectation, raising over $25 billion and making it the largest IPO in U.S. history.

As for the IPOs of 2015, this successful trend could very well extend into next year with over 120 companies seeking profits in excess of $80 billion slated to go public.

Here's a list of seven IPOs to watch...

Bond Market

Why the U.S. Treasury Market Is No Longer Safe

The U.S. Treasury market is worth more than $12 trillion. It's believed to be the safest market in the world. Whenever there's a panic and the markets freak out, investors dump stocks and buy Treasuries. That's the so-called "flight to quality."

However, back on Oct. 15, when the last flight to quality exploded, the U.S. Treasury market failed to do what it had always done.

It failed to be safe - and nobody's talking about it...

Global Economy

The World Slides Deeper into the Dangerous "Helicopter Money" Delusion

If it seems to you that central banks and government leaders have run out of ideas, you're not totally wrong.

Indeed, the latest move by Japan smacks of pure desperation, and it might seem silly if it wasn't already an idea that's been floated before.

In fact, we may yet have the chance to see "helicopter money" and its effects after all.

The whole thing is so sad, it's almost funny. Almost.

But like too many crazy ideas, desperate people may be inclined to try anything...

Biotech Stocks

This Biotech Stock Winner Has Wall Street Fooled

Today I want to reintroduce you to a biotech stock that Wall Street has been pricing as though it were dead money.

This biotech company recently filed a stellar earnings report. But those earnings were slightly off analyst expectations, and the share price dipped.

But Wall Street's ignorance gives us an entry point the likes of which we probably won't see again for years...

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