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Table of Contents:VOL. 156, NO. 13 - December 24, 2007
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Best stocks Ten stocks that will thrive in the coming year. By Jon Birger (more)
Bonds seem likely to struggle, at least through the first half of 2008. Our prescription: Stick to the safest of the safe. (more)
Four experts look at what's ahead for 2008. (more)
Picking the right fund takes a skillful eye. We found six standouts led by masters old and new. (more)
How David Crane, chief of electric-power company NRG, got religion on global warming. (more)
Five stocks that offer promising ways to play the global economy. By Yuval Rosenberg (more)
Train your brain to win big. By Jason Zweig (more)
Felonious former Crazy Eddie CFO Sam Antar turns fraudbuster.  (more)
A 'Fool' finds stocks to get you through choppy waters. (more)
Legendary investor Jim Rogers made a bundle by anticipating a boom in commodities. Now he's focusing on the People's Republic. (more)
We tip our hats to the absolute dumbest of the dumb in the past year. (more)
You don't know whether we're in a recession until months after it starts. But investing successfully requires looking forward, not backward. (more)
As confidence on Wall Street continues to erode, the founder of Vanguard, and a diehard champion of the individual investor, takes your questions. (more)
Despite years of reform, the latest numbers show that Wall Street prognosticators are every bit as deluded and inaccurate as they ever were. (more)
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