Falling metals prices have recently pressured returns from companies north of the border, leaving many stocks undervalued.
This stalwart known for Pampers, Tide, Duracell and many more brands you use every day is ready for a big turnaround.
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As time passes after Superstorm Sandy, it has become clearer that rebuilding means companies that help bring order to chaos are well positioned.
For decades, these companies represented the best, most innovative products on the consumer and industrial markets ... but how the mighty have fallen.
With all the talk of natural gas and the ineluctable pull of King Coal, oil still matters and will for a very long time to come.
Usually the end of the year guarantees a big rally, as funds buy and sell to get the bonus money pool up, but this year, the fiscal cliff has meant sober markets ... for now.
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