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Carrick on money: The department of beaten down investments Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

The department of beaten down investments
Gold: The advice here is to stay patient if you’re eyeing gold after its recent plunge because prices won’t stabilize for a while.

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This Reuters story explains how previous global financial shocks were preceded by sharp declines for gold.

Apple Inc.
Are the company’s shares a buy after their recent 40 per cent decline? This analyst doesn’t see any reason to rush in.

Here, you’ll find the case for buying Apple shares.

Time take a look at what’s been driving Apple’s decline.

Stocks that keeping paying you more
A blogger lists what his research shows to be the Top 10 U.S. dividend growth stocks. A dividend growth stock increases its quarterly cash payout to shareholders on a steady annual basis.

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