Fearing the fiscal cliff-associated tax hikes, many investors have been dumping dividend stocks. They may have been making a big mistake.
This is a conservative financial sector play that even Warren Buffett is banking on.
This stock scores well on models based on strategies of Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch.
Here are 4 investors who could potentially take up the mantle.
Warren Buffett's conglomerate is a bargain, trading at a price-to-earnings ratio of 16.22. A $1.2 billion stock buyback announced Wednesday just sweetens the pot.
The wealthy investor slams the anti-tax lobby, calling for higher rates on the rich.
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With Europe mired in recession, China faltering, commodities declining and stocks looking vulnerable, investors seeking safety will look to the greenback.
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