Money manager Stephen Leed says companies building off-campus housing defy the troubles in the residential housing market.
By focusing on companies that are helping Japan come back from the earthquake and tsunami, you may be able to turn a profit.
An investing psychologist says putting money into companies helping with recovery after tragic events shouldn?t make you feel guilty.
Home values haven't rebounded from the recession, leading some economists to fear a continued economic downturn.
Manufacturers of consumer staples, like P&G and Coca Cola, may offer investment opportunity for risk-averse investors.