Jonathan Yates

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Jonathan Yates is a financial journalist who has authored thousands of articles that have appeared in Newsweek, Foreign Policy, The Washington Post, and Wyatt Investment Research, among others. Much of his career was spent on Capitol Hill, where he was granted "Top Secret" clearance in accordance with his duties. He has degrees from Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and the Georgetown University Law Center.

When the Euro Is Down, the Appeal of German Stocks Is Up

When a currency is falling, investors should start looking for blue chip bargains from that country. That is why Warren Bu

The Case for Foreign Oil Stocks

When adverse market conditions set in, foreign stocks will generally suffer more than U.S. stocks. Stocks based in the

Profiting from Quantitative Easing

In a liquidity-driven bull market, the producer of the capital flows dictates the action for the investment community.

What’s Next for Energy Stocks, Now That Buffett has Bailed

Investing legend Warren Buffett is fond of saying that his favorite holding period for a stock is “forever.”  November 2

Why Warren Buffett Loves Wal-Mart and Hates Sears

Warren Buffett has done quite well investing in the retail sector. His investments have included Nebraska Furniture Mart

Sears Bankruptcy…Coming Soon

The rapidly changing economy has created real challenges to many retailers. Earlier this month, electronics retailer Radio S

This Blue Chip is an Alluring Bargain Right Now

The Dow Chemical Co. (NYSE: DOW) is much like Caterpillar (NYSE: CAT) in its appeal to savvy, long-term investors. Bot

Don’t Lose Sleep Over the Swiss Franc

Like a LeBron James dunk at the end of a fast break, the Swiss National Bank was making a point when it lifted the cap on its

Discounted BP is a Bargain for Long-Term Investors

For long-term investors, BP PLC (NYSE: BP) is still very attractive. Anyone concerned about BP's ability to withstand

Why Warren Buffett Loves Small Cap Dividend Stocks

One of the big advantages of investing in small cap stocks is that they’re overlooked. That can create an opportunity for i