Growth Investing

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How You Can Invest In The World's Most Innovative Country

It turns out that the United States isn't the most innovative country in the world -- at least not according to this special index.

by Genia Turanova | March 20, 2017
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3 Foreign Companies Primed For An American Buyout

U.S. firms looking for strategic advantages and strong macro-level factors are driving a company-buying spree across multiple sectors.

by Joseph Hogue | March 01, 2017
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Another TSX Stock That Could Be A Smash Hit

The last time a similar stock joined the index, shares jumped 186% in seven months.

by Michael Vodicka | February 23, 2017
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4 Reasons To Bet On China This Year

The country's recent government cash infusion is just the tip of the iceberg.

by David Goodboy | February 02, 2017
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Don't Miss This $92 Billion Government Cash Injection

Watching carefully for additional governmental actions in global economies is the way smart investors rack up outsized gains.

by David Goodboy | January 25, 2017
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A Better Path To Global Diversification

These 11 international stocks yield up to 5.7% -- and are easier to invest in than you might think.

by Nathan Slaughter | January 16, 2017
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The Explosive Growth Market You've Been Looking For

While the broad exchange-traded funds that focus on this country will likely benefit, I have a better plan.

by Genia Turanova | January 13, 2017
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Two Outside-The-Box Emerging Market Investments

These two markets actually stand to benefit from the coming international slowdown

by David Goodboy | November 30, 2016
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Follow The Smart Money Out Of This Hot Sector

Will you continue plowing money into the "hot" sector of 2016, or heed the warning signs?

by David Goodboy | November 22, 2016
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5 Economic Good Buys in the Stock Market

I've found two markets that could actually benefit from some of the shocks the global economy is likely to experience... and they are two of the last markets you would expect.

by Joseph Hogue | September 19, 2016