The services sector of the economy is crucial. And it's doing just fine.
The sentiment indicator is something useful and an arrow in my quiver.
Following a 40% decline, now looks good for scaling into the stock.
Also, why I'm contrary to the copper herd.
The precious metals sector finally showed some signs of life.
Watch for Jim Cramer's list of stocks that may look good amid the collateral damage.
The retailer's cutting jobs, but the real tell will be the comparables.
Things don't look so good in Norway.
Investors can take advantage of the weak Canadian dollar. 
I remain steadfast that 2014 is going to be a very important year for the company.

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