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Chairman & CEO of the Special Olympics, TJ Nelligan says this year's games will break records in terms of corporate sponsorship and volunteer participation.
Staying in rock-solid names will help you avoid costly, reactive trading.
These four look hopeful -- though make sure to be patient in your entry.
Sometimes the stocks we take for granted can run up and deliver dandy profits and dividends.
Choosing good stocks at the right price is like choosing players in the NFL draft.
Jim Cramer looks at why many stocks are becoming increasingly green, with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.
These two waste-disposal giants should only be held as substitutes for bonds.
They're inspiring companies to make moves that attract investors.
SPO Advisory takes a big stake in Progressive Waste, but some other names look like better buys.
Joe Carlen, author of The Einstein of Money, explains why Benjamin Graham is to investing what Albert Einstein was to the physical sciences.
Veolia Environment is optimizing its operations, and the current European selloff gives it a nice price.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Waste Management, Cheniere Energy, and Berkshire Hathaway.
Pullbacks to the 50-day moving average can presage powerful moves -- were are two to watch.
The approach to the 13,000 matters because retail investors care about it.
This rally is based on stronger retail sales and Europe being goaded into printing money and issuing euro bonds.
The drama was bound to happen, says Jim Cramer, on Lehman's bankruptcy filing and Merrill's sale to BofA.