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Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT: LNG) Stock Still the Sector's Best Pick

Cheniere Energy Inc. (NYSEMKT: LNG) stock climbed 3.4% yesterday (Wednesday) when U.S. President Barack Obama vetoed Keystone XL pipeline legislation.

LNG stock has been one of our favorite energy picks for more than four years. Money Morning Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors first alerted readers to its profit potential in November 2011 – when it was trading at $10.37 a share.

And it's not too late to profit. Here's why LNG stock will continue to climb...

The New Wearable Tech That Lets You Walk on Mars

We're in the very first stages of a leap in wearable tech that will rival the greatest breakthroughs in how we use computers.

It's called augmented reality. It's a type of holographic projection, but merged with the real world.

And the company at the cutting edge of this revolutionary wearable technology isn't Google, Apple, or Sony.

It's Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT).

Here's how Microsoft jumped to the lead in this next-generation wearable tech, and what it means for Microsoft stock.

DJIA Today Moving on Unemployment, Housing Data

Good Morning! Futures for Thursday, Feb. 26, forecast a 14-point gain for the DJIA today from yesterday's close.

What to Watch Today: This morning, investors will turn an eye to domestic data. News broke this morning that 313,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week. The data was higher than consensus expectations of 290,000 filings. In addition, investors will watch for January readings on the Consumer Price Index and Durable Goods Orders.

Here's what else you should know about the stock market today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" - to make it a profitable Thursday...

The Energy Dividend Stock That Will Survive the Shakeout

[Editor's Note: Tom Gentile is the co-founder of Optionetics, a financial education company which he later sold to one of the world's largest retail brokerages. Tom leveraged his 25 years of experience trading stocks, futures, and options to teach more than 300,000 people the secrets to profitable, low-risk investing.

Tom is the author of a book, The Trading Index Course, which lays out the basis of his highly successful system for trading options, and he's a frequent contributor to CNBC, Reuters, Bloomberg, and FOX. We're excited to have him with us…]

Oil has been a glutton for punishment, getting rocked by sellers and dropping some 55% from the highs of last July.

Up until just a few months ago, nearly every analyst and hedge fund manager in this space was offering up his or her commentary on how oil had bottomed and how it was time to buy.

Now it seems that fewer traders are willing to make that call, offering a glimmer of hope for contrarians like myself.

In fact, less than two weeks ago, I published a report on the upcoming oil bounce, as well as ways to profit from the expected move higher. One of the safer ways to play the seasonal oil bounce is to look at energy stocks that pay a dividend....

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Hits New Record

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today eked out a 15-point gain to close at yet another record high, while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 retreated marginally.

Two things made for a choppy trading session today. First, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen gave no new information on when the central bank will raise rates. Second, data on new home sales were mixed.

Here are all the top stories from today, plus our new profit tip for investors...

These Pharmaceutical Stocks Let You Tap into a $402 Billion Trend

A sector of the pharmaceutical market known as "high-margin specialty drugs" is presenting us with the best pharmaceutical stocks to buy now.

According to experts at PricewaterhouseCoopers, consumer spending on high-margin specialty drugs hit $87.1 billion in 2012. In five years that number will quadruple to $401.7 billion.

The Wall Street Journal reports that total U.S. prescription drug spending was just $325.7 billion in 2012.

And those aren't the only alarming growth numbers boosting pharma stocks now...