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Top Stocks to Buy in 2009 Part 3

By Faisal Laljee

Get Cramer’s best stock picks & his latest bestseller FREE. To learn how, CLICK HERE I realize this post is a couple of months late. Markets have rallied over 30% since March 9th, which was the lowest point in US equity markets in over 12 years. So I apologize to those that follow this... »

Top Stocks to Buy in 2009 – Part 1

By Faisal Laljee

2008 was perhaps one of the worst years for most investors in their lifetimes. One can safely look back and be thankful that the year is over. Of course, 2009 might not exactly be a rebound year, but at least one can assume that equity markets don’t have much further to fall. I won’t... »

Steel, Coal and Ag Plays Turning Over

By Faisal Laljee

The hottest segments of the market over the last quarter have been commodity related names, specially coal stocks, steel stocks and agricultural names. Stocks like US Steel (X) had gone from under $100 just earlier this year to over $190 – until this week when all these hot stocks have turned over. Potash (POT),... »

S&P Looks to Stay Below 1400

By Faisal Laljee

S&P has tried and failed to overcome the 1400 level consistently over the last couple of months. Today, it overcame 1400 for a bit only to fall back. in fact, as I write this, the rally that has lasted most of the day has completely evaporated and S&P is now lower on the day.... »

Mosaic and Potash Still Fertile

By Faisal Laljee

Potash (POT) reported a blow-out quarter today, beating estimates by a mile. Earnings tripled over last year and they also raised guidance. The stock has pulled back from a recent high of around $215 to $195 simply because it had run up over 100% since Jan 22nd of this year. The company upped their... »

Top 10 Stocks for Global Economic Expansion

By Faisal Laljee

The title says it all. Global economy is on the rise with never-before-seen demand for natural resources and their applications. Indeed bridges, roads, rails, pipes, filters, pumps and other such systems, which often make up the difference between a third world economy and the western world, are being put to use in every corner... »

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