The Apple (AAPL) Watch Debuts and Gmail Gets Hacked

by Alexander Moschina

And we’re back with another wrapup of trending stories. This week was chock-full of big news, from President Obama’s declaration to fight Islamic State militants to the long-awaited reveal of the iPhone 6. Here’s what folks have been chatting about…

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VIDEO Investment U Explains: Tax Inversion

by Andrew Snyder

Here's a fact that infuriates more than a handful in Washington: The nation's top 15 companies now hold nearly $800 billion worth of cash outside of U.S. borders. Some call it unpatriotic while others look at it as necessity. But the politics of this debate is not what we're here for. We're here to build and protect wealth. Time and time again, the math shows us the more we avoid Uncle Sam, the quicker our journey to financial independence.

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Tesla Takes Investors for a Ride

by Tom Sandford

Things are looking up for the all-electric carmaker Tesla Motors (Nasdaq: TSLA). The company is only 11 years old but already has a market cap of $34 billion. That is more than half the market cap value of Honda, Ford and General Motors. But with changes on the horizon, is Telsa already overpriced?

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Chart of the Week: Where the Living’s Easy

by Rachel Gearhart

This week’s chart uses six metrics to provide a snapshot of the quality and longevity of life in each county in the United States. The metrics are median income, college education, unemployment rate, disability rate, life expectancy and obesity rate. Read On…

Plus The New Demonization of Wealth

by Alexander Green

For decades, I've been going to investment conferences where wild-eyed, hard-money types claimed the federal government is out to confiscate our private wealth with confiscatory taxes. "Get your money out of the country," one famously said, "before your country gets the money out of you." I chuckled at the time. But lately I've been thinking it's less funny. Read On…

Plus Profit From This Global Trend

by Sean Brodrick

The iShares MSCI Emerging Market ETF (NYSE: EEM), a benchmark for emerging market stocks, has surged more than 5% in the last three months. That's about double the performance of the S&P 500, and five times better than the Dow. Read On…

Abercrombie & Fitch: No Longer an American Icon

by Zach Scheidt

American fashion company Abercrombie & Fitch (NYSE: ANF) struggles to make a statement as it makes a dramatic shift in profitability. From 1999 through 2008, operating margins hovered between 17.5% and 22.5%. Today, operating margins are closer to 1.5% and have not been above 10% since late 2009. Read On…

Plus Repeat After Me: “There Is No Bubble”

by Marc Lichtenfeld

I host an investing radio show called Marc Lichtenfeld's Oxford Club Radio. Each week, I have guests on from the financial community. So you can imagine how many pitches I get by numerous public relations people on behalf of their clients. Last week, I received one so preposterous, I simply have to address it. The pitch was for an author who is yet another permabear claiming that the market is in a bubble. Read On…

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