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The week's best web reads: 4 U.S. energy stocks insiders love Add to ...

Inside the Market's weekend roundup of some of last week's best investing reads on the Internet, which are highlighted every morning in our premarket report.


Five U.S. energy stocks that corporate insiders love.

Why Amazon's stock is soaring while Apple's is cratering.

Here are some reasons to buy Apple now. But beware of what the young generation is saying about the iPhone.

The surprising (and untold) genius of Steve Jobs.

Market Signals

David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff highlights four signs of investor complacency as the equity market soars to new highs on a near daily basis.

Why caution is warranted when it comes to the "great rotation" into stocks. And, while we're on the subject, some thoughts on why the S&P 500's break of 1,500 may not be such a bullish signal.

Nearly four years into a bull market, only now are investors beginning to put money back into equity mutual funds. History suggests that may signal the bull market is coming to an end.

Relying on January to set the tone for massive stock market gains this year could leave investors in the cold.

Should retirees sell their stocks now given the recent rally? Experts are divided.

The coming decade is going to represent a golden age for stock pickers.

Four charts that tell us a structural shift in risk allocation is afoot.

Two recent developments have made the recent rally in crude oil particularly unusual.


Junk-bond yields have fallen so far that the world’s biggest debt investors are turning to borrowed money to juice returns, a practice that magnified losses during the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.

Four reasons why the junk bond rally will continue in 2013.

...But beware, the perfect storm could be heading toward the debt market.

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