Growth Investing

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A Shocking Prediction for 2010 You Won't Want to Miss

Well friends, it's that time of year again -- time to close the books on 2009 and map out an investment strategy for the year ahead. After weeks of research and collaborative discussion, I'm going to share with you one of my predictions for 2010.

by Nathan Slaughter | January 05, 2010
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Ten Stocks with Gains for the Ages

These companies inked remarkable gains in 2009. Here’s a look at what they did right, what’s next, and if these companies belong in your portfolio in the New Year.

by Andy Obermueller | December 31, 2009
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2010's Craziest Market Prediction...And Why It Could Come True

Our 2009 investment predictions returned +65.6% last year -- more than triple the S&P 500's return. Building on our success, we have a new round of predictions for the coming year, including one that seems crazy, but could easily come true.

by Paul Tracy | December 31, 2009
Earn 7.0% from Canada's U.S. Invasion

The stars have aligned for this Northern income-generating goliath. And its great yield is about to get a whole lot better.

by Tom Hutchinson | December 29, 2009
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How a Little Accounting Quirk Could Send This Stock Soaring

A little-known change in accounting rules could send an already high-flying tech stock into orbit. The new rule could boost reported earnings by +58% -- a killer catalyst for the stock. Find out how this could happen.

by Nathan Slaughter | December 22, 2009
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Eight Companies That Are Guaranteed Customers Year After Year

Companies usually have to work to keep their customers. Not these businesses. They serve as vital cogs to the American economy. Consumers simply can't live without them, and they've been posting gains year after year.

by Nathan Slaughter | December 18, 2009
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Three Resolutions for a Profitable New Year

Eat whatever you want. Forget exercise. But do these three (painless) things to ensure a happy 2010.

by Andy Obermueller | December 16, 2009
Profit from China's Terrible Problem

China is the growth engine of the world. But, it has a massive problem. This company is coming to the rescue. And, the money just keeps rolling in.

by Tom Hutchinson | December 09, 2009
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The Best Way to Buy Emerging Chinese Powerhouses

China can't stop growing. After GDP "slowed" to +6.1%, more than 10 times the +0.3% United States rate, the country is on pace to grow +9.0% next year. This newly released ETF is packed full of companies that stand to benefit from China's continued expansion.

by Nathan Slaughter | December 08, 2009
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These Stocks Continue to Beat Wall Street's Expectations

These companies know how to make money in any economy. That's what throws off Wall Street -- analysts just can't understand how these companies continue to beat expectations. That's a good thing for investors because these companies' share prices are considerably undervalued.

by Nathan Slaughter | December 08, 2009