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Warren Buffett’s antiquated stock picks not only beat the market and David Einhorn’s large-cap stock picks, they also generated an annual alpha of 5-plus percentage points between 2008 and 2012. Read Article
The large-cap indices are flashing some warning signs. Read Article
We expect slower -- or non-existent -- rate hikes to benefit income-payers, small-caps and retail firms directly or indirectly through 2015. Read Article
Stocks traded weakly on Thursday, and instead, the action was in commodities, where crude oil churned in response to headlines about an outline to a deal concerning Iran's nuclear program. Read Article
Key indices are balanced on important support lines. Read Article
April is historically a strong month but could see more reversions to the mean. Read Article
U.S. stocks slumped to close out Q1, and broadly have done little since November. But we might get a pick-up in the days before Good Friday. Read Article
Despite a number of bullish features, Dow Theory has failed to confirm. Read Article
A violation of key inflection points would be a clear signal to move to the sidelines. Read Article
When it comes to corporate earnings, the U.S. GDP report has little bearing on what the market will do next. Read Article
Everything pharmaceutical companies thought they knew about Alzheimer's disease may (or may not) be wrong. Read Article
Or we may be locked into a negative intermediate trend as we enter the second quarter. Read Article
Emerging importance of the "higher-margin food ingredient sector" relates to the desire of health-conscience consumers for non-GMO, gluten-free, low-fat, high protein and high fiber diets, which food companies are responding to and moving toward higher efficiency, sustainability and smaller carbon footprints. Read Article
In the next two to three years, we are going to see whether we really can fix diseases by driving the body to do the repairs, instead of adding products into the body to handle the symptoms of disease. Read Article