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Our list includes four companies facing major problems, plus one that’s vastly overpriced.
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Their businesses are deteriorating or their share prices are too high. If you own any of these stocks, sell before they cause you more grief.
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A souped-up health care index tilts toward midsize firms.
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ETNs offer access to unusual strategies, but be aware of their special risk.
This unusual exchange-traded fund doesn't let big companies dominate.
Buying into energy through mutual funds may be safer and more convenient than purchasing individual stocks.
The fund known as Qubes tilts toward large growth companies by tracking the Nasdaq 100.
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This low-cost fund lets you own all of the energy stocks in the S&P 500.
Get tasty yields from a smorgasbord of investments, from tankers to trusts.
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Developing-markets stocks have been struggling in 2011, but that’s no reason to avoid investing in them.
Do these fan favorites still deserve their huge followings and your investing dollars?
Scoop up the initial offerings of such hot investments as LinkedIn and Skype, if you can.
Baron Small Cap has struggled recently, but its long-term record is good.
Once again public, the streamlined auto giant still faces roadblocks.
You can invest in the social-networking giant (and other private companies) through two Web sites offering secondary-market services. But should you?
Put more cash in your pocket investing in these dividend-focused exchange-traded funds.
The notoriously cyclical sector is booming, but it always comes back to earth.