Investors can make big gains using basic fundamental value metrics combined with some common sense.
Some investors will be tempted to make bad decisions, while smart investors focus on price.
Even with the market on a huge bull run, certain sectors look poised for more growth. Here's how to cash in.
Even with only moderate improvements in U.S. natural gas prices, Chesapeake Energy shares should reach $30 by the first quarter of 2014.
Shares are up nearly 60% this year.
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The company's share prices are moving higher, due in part to the federal government's expanded plans to export liquified natural gas.
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