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Top 10 Penny Stocks 2014: Profits of More Than 850%
The top 10 penny stocks of 2014 have seen tremendous gains, one as high as 877%.
That's exactly why some investors are so enamored with penny stocks – they have the potential to transform portfolios in a very short period of time.
While some of the top penny stocks this year are related to the marijuana industry recently legalized in some U.S. states, numerous fields are represented on the list.
Here are some of the best penny stocks of 2014, and they've all posted gains of at least 150%…To continue reading, please click here...
Carl Icahn-eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) Fight Keeps Getting Nastier
On the same day eBay rejected two of Icahn's nominees for its board, the billionaire activist investor fired off another open letter to the company's stockholders berating Chief Executive Officer John J. Donahoe's handling of the Skype deal.whole new level...
How to Play the Surging Uranium Bull
Back in November we took a close look at the uranium market.
That's because the end of a 20-year milestone agreement was fast approaching…
Three Charts That Show How Dodd-Frank Is Killing Small Banks
The Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 was hailed by its advocates as the regulatory answer to the excesses of the Big Banks that led to the financial crisis.
But just about the only thing Dodd-Frank has accomplished is the slow destruction of small community banks.To continue reading, please click here...
February Jobs Report: More Job Seekers, Still Too Few Jobs
Following two months of dismal growth, the February jobs report suggests an improving labor landscape. But despite the numbers, the employment picture remains cloudy at best.
The Labor Department reported today (Friday) that employers added 175,000 jobs last month, beating expectations of 150,000. Yet the February figure is still well below the 280,000 jobs created in the same month a year ago.To continue reading, please click here...
This Ultimate Financial Meltdown Insider Is Worried… About Another One
Editor's Note: Shah spotted this crisis unfolding. It affects your money, so he wanted to let you know about it immediately. Here's Shah…
Do you remember the financial crisis of 2008?
The one caused by a meltdown in mortgages… trillions of dollars of which were owned and "guaranteed" by government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?
Do you remember that Fannie and Freddie had to be bailed out by the government – I mean taxpayers – so their total implosion wouldn't trigger a global depression?
Why Pixelworks Inc. (Nasdaq: PXLW) Stock Soared 85%
What happens when an obscure small-cap company announces behemoth Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) is a major customer? Shares skyrocket.
That's exactly what happened Thursday when Pixelworks Inc. (Nasdaq: PXLW) disclosed Apple is a chief purchaser.To continue reading, please click here...
This Is One of the Biggest Rip-Offs in History – And It Just Met Its Match
I've written and railed about rip-off student financial aid schemes here for years.
And based on all the very personal stories I've received, I know many of you are outraged as well – even more so because of your devastating first-hand experiences.
Make no mistake: For-profit education companies are (more often than not) "rip-off traps" that condemn unsuspecting students into indentured servitude to greedy companies' bottom lines.
Well, there may be a White Knight after all.To continue reading, please click here...
The Real Way the West Can Impact Ukraine
The weather is taking a decidedly better turn here in London these past few days.
It's a good thing, because all of the talk currently in British circles is about the deteriorating situation in Ukraine.
These concerns involve the all-too-obvious geopolitical impacts of a Russian takeover of Crimea and perhaps a broader swath of Eastern Ukraine.
However, there is another matter that has a more immediate impact on Europe, especially if the temperatures start falling again.
You see, despite the Russian-controlled natural gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea to northern Germany (Nord Stream) and across Belarus to Poland, most of the Russian natural gas coming to the continent still passes across Ukraine – about 80% in fact.
And Europe is still reliant upon this energy flow despite attempts to diversify.
That means the longer the crisis between Russia and Ukraine remains unresolved, the higher the tension level among Europeans will be.
Here's what that means… Full Story