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Did You Miss Me on Bloomberg? Catch Up Here!

August 13, 2013, 4:49 pm

It’s been a busy week for me at Bloomberg, and I wanted to share my video clips with you in case you missed any of my appearances! Watch the videos below to see which stocks and trends I’m banking on!

Hilary’s Healthcare Play:

Biotech is hot right now, and it looks like we have some real blockbusters coming to market. In this clip, I talk about one biotech company I’m bullish on. Although it took time before it got up and running, this biotech is diversified and doesn’t focus on one drug therapy. I’ll also be discussing the risk factors of buying stocks in this sector and a great way to trade them. Watch the video to get all the details!

Playing the Chinese Recovery:

China is making a recovery, with both import and export numbers improving. For investors, this means that there are a few companies to keep on the radar. For me, I like one stock that is actually a Brazilian company that does the bulk of its business in China. It also has a dividend yield over 5% that makes it a good income stock to own as well. Check out my clip to see which stock I’m talking about and what makes it an attractive investment.

Traditional Alternatives Becoming Mainstream:

Did you know that alternative investing options are now going mainstream as a creative way to diversify? Markets you may not have thought of before to allocate your portfolio in are becoming more accessible, so now some investors are putting capital into wine, classic cars and the art market—just to name a few. Make sure to watch my video to see which collectible is at the top of my list!

Who Will Win the War Between CBS and TWC:

Time Warner Cable (TWC) and CBS Corp. (CBS) are battling it out, and I’m betting on one to win in the end. However, another analyst believes that Netflix (NFLX) is the real winner. Check out the video clip to see why else I believe this company is going to come out on top and what the other analysts have to say about it!

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