Nathan Slaughter's picture
Revealed: Nathan Slaughter's Top Stock for 2011

Nathan Slaughter, editor of StreetAuthority's flagship Market Advisor newsletter, has done it again. Last year, he shared one of his favorite picks of 2010, and it went on to deliver gains of 139%.

by Nathan Slaughter | January 05, 2011
How to Buy Gold for Only $159 an Ounce

With gold reaching new all-time highs, investors are getting concerned about a bubble. But there is a way to buy the precious metal for a deep discount. Here's how.

by Tom Taulli | December 08, 2010
David Sterman's picture
The Hot Stock in the New Mecca of Gambling

Forget Vegas and Atlantic City. There's a new gambling mecca and it's attracting tons of newly-minted millionaires while lining the pockets of shareholders.

by David Sterman | September 08, 2010
Mike Turner's picture
When a Good Stock Moves Higher in a Bad Market...

If you're going to stay long in this market, this tech stock could be an ideal pick.

by Mike Turner | April 19, 2010
Brad Briggs's picture
Inside the Numbers: Undervalued Commodity Stocks

Commodity prices can be a boom-or-bust affair. But when times are lean, commodity-oriented companies can present tremendous opportunities for value-minded investors.

by Brad Briggs | March 30, 2010
Andy Obermueller's picture
Take a Peek at Your Congressman's Test Portfolio

How did members of Congress make out with their investments during this downturn? Find out what were the most widely-held stocks in Congress and how Obama avoided losses in the market.

by Andy Obermueller | August 06, 2009
Brad Briggs's picture
Three Stocks that Doubled -- And the Next Three to Follow

These stocks have posted triple-digit gains so far this year, including one that jumped +191% in a matter of months.  After figuring out how they did it, we'll give you three more stocks that could deliver similar eye-popping gains

by Brad Briggs | July 29, 2009
Kyle Hartman's picture
How SEC Restrictions Will Affect 'Short' and 'Ultrashort' ETFs

The SEC has laid out new rules for short-selling. Investors may own the popular short and ultrashort ETFs and these securities may be affected.

by Kyle Hartman | July 28, 2009
Paul Tracy's picture
Get Your Share of the Government's Spending Spree

The last time U.S. federal government spending topped 28% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in the White House and the nation was fighting all-out war on two major fronts.

by Paul Tracy | April 30, 2009
Austin Hatley's picture
The 7 Words That May Jumpstart The Bull Market In Gold

Two weeks ago, new Fed chairman Janet Yellen shocked the market with this controversial sentence. Here's the most important message behind what she said...


by Austin Hatley | December 31, 1969