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  1. Weekly Wrap: Netflix Looks Pricey, Citi a Bargain


    The streaming video firm ended 2016 with strong results, but shares are looking expensive. Plus, Citigroup is still our top banking idea, and holidays were hard for Target.

  2. Johnson: Don't Underestimate Inflation


    A drop in food prices is keeping inflation from looking even worse, but an uptick there could force the Fed to act, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  3. Hedging Hurt Long-Short Equity Funds in 2016


    While the average long-short fund returned about 2% last year, specific fund returns ranged from a 25% gain at the top to a 17% loss at the bottom.

  4. Alliance Data Systems Cashing In on Retailers' Struggles


    This mildly undervalued narrow-moat firm should continue to enjoy a significant tailwind from store-branded credit cards.

  5. Silver-Rated CEF Is an Intriguing Alternative Income Option


    Nuveen S&P 500 Buy-Write Income produces more income and less volatility than a traditional S&P 500 fund, but its upside potential is limited.

  6. High Income? Don't Overlook These Savings Vehicles


    Morningstar's Christine Benz suggests wealthy investors consider backdoor IRAs, health-savings accounts, and 529 plans to maximize tax savings.

  7. Put Pilgrim's Pride on the Menu


    This chicken processor looks attractive today due to its significant opportunity in Mexico and as consumers continue to focus on healthier eating.

  8. The Week Ahead: Netflix, GE Report as Earnings Heat Up


    Earnings season enters full swing this week with more from banks, Netflix, GE, and railroads. Plus, watching for signs of inflation.

  9. Strong Earnings From Banks; Wells Undervalued


    The economic backdrop was a tailwind for the big banks last quarter, but investors are overestimating the long-term impact of potential regulatory changes.

  10. Weekly Wrap: What's Next for Chipotle


    The fast-casual chain is moving on after a food safety scare, but we think it could be an up and down year for the firm. Plus, positive reaction for Illumina, and we're bearish on steel.

  11. Rates May Have Further to Rise


    Bonds had a tough fourth quarter as rates rose, and there is room for both short- and long-term rates to head higher in 2017.

  12. Tight Job Market, Deficit Could Pose Challenge for Trump


    Business optimism has soared ahead of Trump's inauguration, but Morningstar's Bob Johnson urges caution.

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