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The problem with Citigroup's share price.
Analyst says even though the company will be among the first to bounce back, a better entry point is in the $200 to $240 range.
Berkshire's No. 2 sells 2,000 shares. Why that's a good thing.
Bank products offer safety and relatively generous yields.
Perceived risk is low when the market's up, and high when the market's down.
Why low stock levels in portfolios could be a bullish sign.
Those in the U.S. Government fund will get their money back early next year.
Hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson pins it at $136,000, 62 percent more than today's value.
Natural gas, green energy, and . . . guns?
Shares have plunged roughly 50 percent since December 2007.