FORTUNE INVESTOR'S GUIDE
10 CEOs
Sure, they're paid well. But the pressure to perform is relentless, and investors hand them a report card every day at 4 p.m. For these 10 CEOS, the challenges are particularly tough. Here's a look at what's next for them, and their companies' stocks. (more)

How Eddie Lampert picks his stocks
In its 18-year history, his hedge fund has averaged nearly 30 percent returns. What makes Lampert so good? (more)

The demands are more daunting than ever, and the pressure to perform is relentless. But the great CEOs embrace the impossible. (more)

Technical analysts find gloomy portents in the market's gyrations--and fret about Wall Street's bullish mood. (more)

Jeff Immelt and his company have become the unlikely darlings of the environmental movement, attracting jeers from conservatives. (more)
Companies accused of aiding Chinese oppression need to come up with some answers fast. (more)
Investors think there is a battle raging for control of the digital home. They're wrong -- Apple has already won. (more)
Forecast by Ken Leech of Legg Mason, who now oversees $520 billion in fixed-income assets. (more)
Why a veteran strategist sees value in names like Dell, Oracle, and Cisco--but not Google. (more)
Chris Davis on how he'll steer the stock fund--and what he thinks of Costco and Google. (more)
Rock Solid Stocks
These picks from the Dec. 26 issue of FORTUNE are steady in all kinds of weather. Track their gains.
Altria Group (MO) $21.04 -70.8%
Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) $28.41 23.5%
Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB) $80.32 -97.3%
Citigroup (C) $4.61 -90.6%
Eli Lilly (LLY) $36.53 -29.8%
Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) $53.94 79.8%
Norfolk Southern (NSC) $58.61 36.3%
Washington Mutual (WM) $34.73 -17.3%
Prices as of: Apr 13 10:00
Change based on price from Dec. 26 issue of FORTUNE