Hedge fund manager Jim Chanos reveals some of his holdings in a regulatory filing.
You could buy these two stocks and bet the market is wrong -- but do so only if your portfolio can withstand the risk that the market is right.
The recent price action in four big bank stocks suggests the sector is not yet ready to lead a new market rally.
Lennar and First Solar are downgraded, while AstraZeneca is upgraded.
Banco Santander shares are a speculative investment right now.
But more and more it seems as if a membership in Europe's bailout club is forever.
The bank is hoping for opportunities when new rules force other Spanish institutions to go under or sell out.
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