Table of contents: VOL. 150, NO. 13 - December 27, 2004
COVER STORY
Features
The smart money always finds a way to win. Here are our best ideas for building wealth in the year ahead. (more)
Investing legend Jim Rogers sees only doom and gloom ahead for stocks. The good news: There's a better way to make money now. (more)
Buying buildings and land can be hugely profitable--or a huge headache. Meet five folks who are doing it right. (more)
The markets are placid and your 401(k) is on autopilot. But the tax laws have changed--and so should your retirement planning. (more)
The past 12 months were the year of the oil bubble. Here's how you can still get in on the action, no matter what crude prices do next. (more)
We gathered five sought-after investing pros and asked them to polish up their crystal balls. And boy, did the sparks fly. (more)
Bing: While You Were Out by

Brainstorm

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WHAT TO WATCH IN THE WEEKS AHEAD (more)



We look back on a year of gizmosity and gadgetry to pick the most important new technologies and products, both good and evil. (more)

The ouster of Calpers's president shows just how far the fund giant has strayed from its original mission. (more)
The annual custom-car show in Vegas has become a giant festival of excess--and an inspiration for the Big Three. (more)
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