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Wall Street's Best Minds | WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 What Will Spur U.S. Economy? online.barrons.com
Growing energy independence and a steeper yield curve are among nine reasons why GDP can grow nicely, writes Wells Fargo's Jim Paulsen.
Scientists have identified a number of mechanisms by which lycopene, found in tomato sauce and paste, helps enhance cancer-fighting properties in healthy prostate cells.
Obama and Xi's low-key meeting failed to yield concrete actions—which is just how Beijing likes it, writes Michael Auslin in an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal.
Beijing won't stop until it pays a price for its Internet thievery, The Wall Street Journal writes in an editorial.
The pioneering electric-car maker has produced a wonderful car that's gotten rave reviews. However, unless the company develops a battery that's less expensive and at least as powerful, the stock is likely to lose a lot of the gains it's made recently.
Congressman Robert Hurt is doing business's bidding in seeking to halt a movement to require companies to switch auditors every six years. But a fresh look would probably do more good than harm.
A J.P. Morgan report undercut Samsung's stock by predicting disappointing Galaxy smartphone sales ahead. The bellwether for Korea's market could take a lot of stocks with it.
The great travel writer Paul Theroux returns home to Medford, Mass., and takes the train to Lowell. The urban revival of this former textile and leather hub makes him reflect on what writer Jack Kerouac once called America's most interesting city.
J.P. Morgan also sees EPS upside in chip firms Analog Devices, Maxim and On.
Legalizing marijuana will hurt drug lords, help cash-strapped states, and ease burdens on police and prisons. Yet D.C. dithers.
Faber, publisher of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report, criticizes Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke for flooding the world with money and widening the wealth gap. Why he likes NTT DoCoMo (DCM), Novartis (NVS), Vietnam Dairy Products.
But S&P 500 is up for the sixth straight month. Bullish on General Motors (GM). Pay attention to corporate bonds.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but these ETFs, which ape the stock picks of famous hedge fund managers, copy not just the stock picks, but also their too-high fees. Mentioned: AlphaClone Alternative Alpha ETF (ALFA),Global X Top Guru Hol
China's huge stockpile could push prices down toward 70 cents a pound. We're pretty bearish and…waning imports by China [are] the basis of our bearishness, says Jordan Lea, of Easter Trading. John Payne, of Daniels Trading, sees the Chinese buying and sto
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The chip company (INTL) is making big inroads in tablets and smartphones. It could replace ARM Holdings (ARMH) chips in devices based on Google's (GOOG) Android operating system. Also: Qualcomm (QCOM), Apple (AAPL), Samsung Electronics 930.Korea),Taiwan S
Goldman Sachs is the latest bank to recommend an options trade that will pay off if Delta's share price stalls.
Crude trades in a range, as slow growth in the U.S., Europe, and China is offset by growth in emerging economies.
Maxim Group also likes SVB, Westamerica and other smaller banks.
A tectonic shift in the options market suggests that big money is now chasing the rally higher. Now bears get a discount.