International Investing

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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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
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Share the Wealth, Part III: Our Final Four Cash-Rich Companies

These 10 companies collectively made more than $100 million in profits every hour of every day during the past quarter. Their cash holdings range from nearly $12 billion to more than $61 billion. But are they good investments?

by Andy Obermueller | December 06, 2009
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Share the Wealth, Part II: Our Outlook on Four Cash-Rich Companies

These 10 companies collectively made more than $100 million in profits every hour of every day during the past quarter. Their cash holdings range from nearly $12 billion to more than $61 billion. But are they good investments?

by Andy Obermueller | December 03, 2009
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Share the Wealth with These Top 10 Keepers of Cash

These 10 companies collectively made more than $100 million in profits every hour of every day during the past quarter. Their cash holdings range from nearly $12 billion to more than $61 billion. But are they good investments?

by Andy Obermueller | December 02, 2009
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Don't Buy the New Buffett Book Until You Read This

A new book about Warren Buffett is due Dec. 8, just in time for Christmas but you don't need to read 300 pages to unlock the Oracle of Omaha's secrets.

by Andy Obermueller | December 01, 2009
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The Two Companies No Investors Want to Bet Against

An often-overlooked metric shines a light on a pair of companies with an extraordinarily bright future.

by Andy Obermueller | November 30, 2009
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Companies that Crush Their Peers

It's no secret that the most successful "category killers" have been some of the market's biggest winners. Companies like like Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) and Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) weren't always dominant -- they steadily gained market share and crushed the competition over time. I've identified two companies that show similar traits.

by Nathan Slaughter | November 25, 2009
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The Most Valuable Business in the United States

The most valued company in the United States is not the firm you think it is. There's certainly something to be said for staying power.

by Andy Obermueller | November 19, 2009
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Three Things the Market is Missing About Buffett's Buying

Wall Street is parsing the details of Buffett's latest SEC filing, here's the story behind the numbers.

by Andy Obermueller | November 17, 2009