Don't worry about setting the trend, instead consider these investing areas that are already en vogue.
Strong crude oil prices have once again brought investors' attention to energy stocks that have long been underperforming. The West Texas Intermediate crude oil price has largely been above $90 per barrel since the beginning of March. Here are two stocks that have delivered solid dividend growth consistently over the years, irrespective of oil prices.
Most of the handful of Wall Street analysts covering Berkshire are neutral on the stock, but they may be giving Warren Buffett insufficient credit.