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The next big winners are already looking ahead to better times. So here's an optimistic view of next year -- and some companies poised to make the most of it.
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A pair of once-mighty techs with prices now under a buck may be poised for a rare '10-bagger' comeback. Signals suggest the economy may also be on the cusp of recovery.
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As in the fairy tale, these groups of beaten-down assets don't look all that great now but have the potential for transformation.
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Alternative energy and other new technologies are driving demand for rare-earth elements, but China's near-monopoly on supplies is jacking up prices of Western mining companies.
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Once the Great Recession is over, it will be a long march back to a fully functioning economy. Here's how to tell which companies are adapting to the emerging world.
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Low interest rates are making life difficult for investors who need steady income streams. But that is now, and investing -- like farming -- is all about anticipating the next season.
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If there's going to be a new spending package, it should zero in on infrastructure that conveys people, goods, energy and information. The benefits would be far-reaching.
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Weakening the dollar will help us dig out from a mountain of debt, but it may also hasten an already wary world's move away from the dollar as the currency of choice.
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The misguided 'cash for clunkers' plan is little more than a taxpayer-financed rebate program. Among the biggest winners: Honda.
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The traditional money center is being bypassed by the Internet, and investors seem eager to embrace alternatives to staid financial institutions.
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