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Jeremy Glaser

Jeremy Glaser is the Markets Editor for Morningstar.com.

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Stocks with rock-solid balance sheets and strong competitive advantages are the best for investors looking to deploy cash after the correction, says Morningstar's Heather Brilliant.

Morningstar's Francisco Torralba thinks the United States will lose its AAA credit rating regardless of what Congress does in the coming days.

Despite the strong performance of health-care stocks in the second quarter, there are still plenty of good buying opportunities in the sector, according to Morningstar's Damien Conover.

Research in Motion's disappointing results highlight how far behind the BlackBerry has fallen, but the firm has the resources to avoid fading into obsolescence, says Morningstar's Joe Beaulieu.

Loose monetary policy, demand from emerging markets, and sovereign debt woes could push gold prices to $2,300 an ounce in the coming years, says U.S. Global Investors' Frank Holmes.

Though dividend-payers won't shoot to the moon, they can compound a lot of value and wealth for investors over time without the wild ride.

With tailwinds in its energy business and the ability to pass along cost increases to its customers, General Electric is poised to continue growing, says Morningstar's Daniel Holland.

Railroads have seen remarkable margin improvement since the rail renaissance began, and we see some select opportunities amid the sector's bonds.

Big pharmaceutical companies are getting lean in an attempt to boost profitability before they lose patent protection on several important drugs, says Morningstar's Damien Conover.

With bank dividends trickling back and growth nowhere to be seen, income investors are better off looking elsewhere for income, says Morningstar's Josh Peters.

Concerns that Germany will permanently ban nuclear power have created two very attractive short-term dividend yield plays with a lot of long-term potential, according to Morningstar's Travis Miller.

Strong banks are being cleared to raise dividends, but financials may not be the best place to put new money to work, according to Morningstar's Josh Peters and Jaime Peters.

The major airlines should have the financial strength to withstand higher oil prices, but investors should still steer clear of the unsecured debt, according to Morningstar's Basili Alukos and Rick Tauber.