Value investors interested in taking a position in beaten-down natural gas have to deal with the contango headwind.
Five stats from the market and the stories behind them. This week: Berkshire's stake in a $28 billion deal, Avon's not-so-pretty 1% sales growth, and more.
Jensen Quality Growth comanager Eric Schoenstein has seen a growing number of companies having the fundamentals worthy of his portfolio but says the market has given them little recognition.
The coming year could bring some unexpected news from the Fed, on the home front, in the job market, and more, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
Buffett has the discipline to guide capital back into his firm rather than use it for dividend payouts, but most companies are better off distributing excess cash to shareholders, says Morningstar's Josh Peters.
Analyst Grady Burkett on Cisco's current business challenges, capital allocation missteps, and the evolving change in investor sentiment surrounding the stock.
Production increases along with demand for cleaner-burning fuel has Spectra Energy CFO Patrick Reddy excited about the firm's prospects.
Recent revisions helped 2012's employment growth look better than initial forecasts, but we don't expect a sizable surge (or decline) for 2013.
U.S. growth in oil production has grabbed investors’ attention, but Iraq still remains important to the global oil picture.
Widening investment-grade credit spreads and rising interest rates lead to losses.
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