7 Deadliest (and Most Profitable) Sin Stocks of 2014 - Part 1

by Karen Canella

Depending on your beliefs, committing one of the seven deadly sins may land you in the deep, dark throes of hell. As bad as that all sounds, companies that cater to "sinful" behaviors do quite well, as do investors who put their money on human nature and the difficulties of breaking bad habits.

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Spring Greening: The Top Three Green Cleaners of 2014

by Tom Sandford

According to a survey conducted by The Harris Poll this month, at least 31% of Americans say they are environmentally conscious and 28% feel personal responsibility for taking care of the environment. To germinate your potential for payoff, consider our top green cleaning stocks:

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This Is What You Should Worry About

by Marc Lichtenfeld

It feels like the market is more volatile than a hormonal teenager operating on three hours of sleep. And it’s not entirely without reason. There are some serious issues facing the bull market.

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