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On March 9, 2009, the Wall Street Journal asked, “Just how low can stocks go?” The same day, an asset manager told CNNMoney.com, “With an absence of good news, the path of least resistance is down.” ...
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From increasing your cash holdings to buying options, we show you how to defend against a correction -- or worse.
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Our picks are packaged for success in any kind of market.
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These companies face challenges but have solid balance sheets and positive cash flow.
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Early investors might profit from the AOL's return as an independent company -- but its long-term prospects aren't promising.
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We identify nine low-risk stock and bond funds, plus three of the market’s steadiest stocks.
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From increasing your cash holdings to buying options, we show you how to guard against a correction -- or worse.
It's not foolproof, but diversification is still a smart strategy.
If you want to dabble in merger arbitrage, leave it to the experts who run these funds.
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Shares of these solid companies should hold up well even if the market's gains don't.
We rate all 30 stocks -- buy, sell or hold.
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These seven companies flourished in hard
times and will thrive as things get better.
Making money by darting in and out of stocks is easier said
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High-quality real estate investment trusts will emerge from the recession stronger than ever.