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Our Market Monitor guest is finding opportunity in some blue chip stocks he says should be in your portfolio for the long term.
Our Market Monitor guest says now is the time to invest in a sector that’s seeing massive merger activity.
Our Market Monitor guest likes stocks she says are changing the way the world works.
As the health care industry undergoes tremendous change, there are some stocks that our Market Monitor says could see big gains.
Our Market Monitor is finding opportunity in large cap stocks, even though they have under-performed small cap stocks so far this year.
Our Market Monitor guest is making a big bet on small caps in what some consider one of the market’s riskier sectors.
Our Market Monitor guest says buy the manager not the fund. He has three mutual fund picks for investors.
Tonight’s Market Monitor says even though stocks are near record levels, there is still value in this market.
Looking for cheap stocks? Our Market Monitor tonight will take us bargain hunting.
Our Market Monitor is betting on the consumer and has some stocks she says will rise at least ten percent over the next year.
Investors cheered the latest employment report, but what should they do with their money in this market?
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Our Market Monitor guest has a list of stocks he says will increase by 20 percent or more by the end of the year.
Our Market Monitor guest has some stock picks to get you ready for the week ahead.
Our Market Monitor loves cost-cutting companies. She has a couple of names she thinks can get you at least 20 percent over the next few years.