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American Water Works Provides Stable Earnings In An Frothy Market.
- There is a growing water shortage in the American Southwest.
- Globally we are facing severe water issues in many parts of the globe. .
- American Water Works should benefit from this crisis.
Magna International Is A Good Way To Play The Ongoing Recovery In Automotive
- Magna International based in Canada has a long history of innovation in the automotive sector. Recent changes in corporate governance make the company more attractive as an investment.
- Magna International looks undervalued and is a great way to play the ongoing automotive recovery.
- Magna Shares still look undervalued. The Automotive recovery still has legs. Magna gives investors global exposure.
- Still Ways To Make Money On The Housing Recovery: Realogy Holdings
- You Can Still Gamble On Las Vegas Sands
- Weyerhaeuser And Plum Creek - 2 More Ways To Play The Housing Recovery
- Lithium Will Make Your Portfolio Feel Better
- Boone Pickens Is Right: Natural Gas Is The Future - At Least For Now. Buy Westport Innovations
- Time To Bid Up eBay
- Store Some Profits With Seagate
- The Housing Market Has Bottomed
- 2012 Forecast And 2011 Scorecard
- Time To Visit The Magic Kingdom
- Back To Brazil
- Yum Brands: More Food For Thought
- Stocks: Go With The Essentials
- 4 Names That Can Help You Profit From Volatility
- Great Ways to Play Domestic Oil
- Read Gannett's Signals and Pocket Your Gains Now
- You Can Still Clean Up With Whirlpool
- Darling International: Rendering Good Results
- Barrick: How Recent Changes Make It a Compelling Buy
- Time to Visit the Casinos: A Look at Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts
- Bet on a Recovery in Japan
- Getting Down to Earth With Agricultural Stocks
- Telefonica: A Buy on the Sovereign Debt Pullback
- SanDisk: Benefiting From the Flash Drive Trend
- Whirlpool Ready to Clean Up in Emerging Markets
- UYM ETF Update - Take Half Profits
- How to Profit From Difficult Rare Earth Situation
- GE Sell-Off Is Unwarranted
- Johnson Controls Has Room to Run
- Why Citigroup and Bank of America Are Still Buys