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I believe one or two names off this list could double. By Tim Collins Sometimes we think a few stocks would be better off dead. We toss them in the trash, even when some may still be perfectly good, and are just a bit down on their luck or in the wr...
In this episode of 'Buy This, Sell That!," Jim Moffett, portfolio manager for the Scout International Fund, names his favorite stocks, including Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling, Wal-Mart de Mexico and Ecopetrol.
Nick Robinson, portfolio manager for the Aberdeen Latin America Equity Fund, says the volatility in South American stocks is creating opportunities in companies like Vale and Petrobras.
Money injected into the U.S. economy could find its way to emerging markets.
I continue to grow more pessimistic about the performance of the stock market.
The Arms Indices are showing overbought levels that imply a steep decline.
If the market finally does capitulate, some great stocks will be available at bargain prices.
F, DELL, DE, LRCX and PBR are attractive on an intermediate- to longer-term technical basis.
If you're scouring for names in this hot emerging-market region, you'd do well to start with these five.
After falling out of favor last summer, some Brazilian ETFs and their underlying stocks are showing positive signs.
Transocean -- one of the very few even capable of operating in the cruel deepwater-drilling environment -- is currently trading at an incredible discount.
Even an old curmudgeonly value investor has to admit that this screen has yielded some exciting names.