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Just sit in a quiet room, imagine the year 2056 and visualize the products and services needed then.
Supplier stocks have performed well, but I'm less excited about the group than I was in May.
Amid the water crisis, especially on the West Coast, invest in water infrastructure.
As much as some people may want it, constantly winning on the long side is not feasible.
Just look at which sectors did well and which are lagging.
With the first half of earnings season behind us, RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace breaks down his thoughts on companies' results and his outlook on markets going forward.
It'll cost $1 trillion to solve America's water woes. Here's where the money will flow.
If Street targets are cut, the S&P P/E ratio could rise past 15x.
Watch for smaller stocks with good revenue and earnings potential.
This is not a hurricane play; it's a long-term infrastructure theme that can't be ignored any longer.
As the infrastructure decays, these construction and utility companies are in a position to profit.
The same factors that determine the company's viability will determine a stock's value.
At this level, there are fewer competitors and more opportunities to get an investing edge.
Pent-up demand indicates good times are just around the corner in the housing market.
Paying attention to firms that specialize in distressed investments can lead to huge rewards.
A search for stocks trading for less than $3 turned up a long list that is dominated by banks.
Hurricane Irene shed new light on a glaring problem: Our infrastructure needs an upgrade -- now.
At the first tangible sign of a housing recovery, these two names could double.
Filings from Kahn Brothers and Appaloosa give some diverging tips on financials.