The editor of the Medical Technology Stock Letter continues, "The company reported a Q4 2010 net loss of $2.8 million or ($0.26) per share compared to Q4 2009 net profit of $3.9 million or $0.70 per share.
"OGXI finished the year in a solid position financially with $85.6 million in cash. The company expects to end 2011 with $50-$54 million on the balance sheet and use $31-$35 million in operating cash. They appear to have enough cash to fund operations into 2014.
"Rising demand and constrained supplies are a recipe for higher agricultural prices," notes Elliott Gue.
The contributing editor to Personal Finance explains, "The big winners are commercial farmers and companies whose products enhance crop yields. And one company equipped for growth in this market is Deere & Co. (DE), a new addition to the our model Growth Portfolio.
"For nearly 175 years, Deere has manufactured a wide range agricultural equipment, including tractors, combines, harvesters and sprayers.
"I suspect that as long as the dollar continues its slide our focus on commodities and resource stocks focusing will prove rewarding," says Jack Adamo.
The editor of Insiders Plus explains, "For our latest buy recommendation we'll revisit an old favorite of ours. Over the years we've held 4 positions in ConocoPhillips (COP) and they've gained an average of about 32% for us.
"A looming supply shortage stands to push palladium prices sharply higher over the next couple years, and North American Palladium (PAL) is sitting on one of the world's biggest deposits," notes Nathan Slaughter.
The editor of Street Authority Market Advisor explains, "The company has several promising gold mines under development that could soon produce over 80,000 ounces annually.
"Believe it or not, there are only two mines on the planet that yield palladium first and foremost -- it's a by-product everywhere else. And one of those mines belongs to North American Palladium.
"The stocks in our Cash Cows portfolio keep the checks coming regardless of riots in Europe, revolutions in the Middle East, or natural disasters in the Pacific," says income specialist Neil George.
The editor of The Pay Me Strategy explains, "This doesn't mean that our Cash Cows won't occasionally see negative price action on a given day or week; but you can be confident that any price setbacks will be temporary.
"The the foundation of this portfolio is four core global bond investment funds.
"Sanofi-Aventis (SNY), a pharmaceutical products company, is a buy based on our 'Benjamin Graham value' model," says John Reese who assesses stocks based on the investment criteria of numerous "legendary" investors.
The editor of Validea, explains, "Indeed, the stock earns a 100% score, meeting all of the investment criteria we review in for this value-oriented screen.
"The urge to merge is growing among global corporations. Near-record cash holdings, improved stock markets and increased regulations (which often drive consolidation) should fuel an increase in deal activity," says dividend expert Chuck Carlson.
Th editor of The DRIP Investor explains, "While I don't recommend stocks simply because they represent attractive takeover stocks, takeover appeal is an added kicker. Three such targets are Cabot Corp. (CBT), Molex (MOLX) and Hess Corp. (HES).
"We are seeing history in the making. And what's happening in the Middle East is coinciding with some of the mega trends underlying our investment position," note long-standing resource experts Mary Anne and Pamela Aden.
The editors of The Aden Forecast explain, "Here, we review five trends -- related to inflation, interest rates, the U.S. dollar, bonds, and metals -- that should last for many years.
"Schlumberger Limited (SLB) is the world's leading oil services company, assisting in exploration, production and most other oil services; its operations include being a leader in applying proprietary technologies to extract hard-to-extract oil and gas," says Michael Shulman.
The editor of The Short-Side Trader suggests, "Let's ask ourselves the following question: Over the next year is the there going to be more, less or an equal demand for oil? The answer is clearly more demand.
"Another question: Over the next year is there going to be more, less or an equal supply of oil?
The contributing editor to Money Morning explains, "Endeavor recently released its annual results for 2010; to say that they hit the ball out of the park would be an understatement.
"Founded in 1981, Endeavour Silver is based out of Vancouver, Canada. The company has more than 750 full-time employees, with production of gold and silver in Mexico. It has a market cap of about $700 million, with an enterprise value of $574 million, once net debt and cash is accounted for.
"Between early November and mid-January, the normally staid municipal bond market plunged; and despite recovering off the lows, federally tax-exempt muni funds with an average credit quality of AA+ still carry yields of better than 6%," notes income expert Carla Pasternak.
The editor of High Yield Investing explains, "Launched in 1991, Nuveen Premier Insured Municipal Bond (NIF) is one of the longest-standing muni funds. It's managed by Nuveen, specialists in the muni area.
"Our goal is helping investors grow their capital and income base from which to derive cash for their current and future needs," notes dividend expert Kelley Wright.
The editor of Investment Quality Trends explains, "To that end we believe that high-quality stocks purchased at historically low-price-to-high-yield offers the best potential for downside protection and upside appreciation. Our Timely Ten list represents our current top ideas.
"Once written off as a 'sunset' industry, North American railroads are making money hand over fist. In short, the railways are benefiting from a rising tide and the companies have a lot going for them," notes Canadian analyst Tom Slee.
The contributing editor with Internet Wealth Builder explains, "Here's a look at my newest recommendation, Canadian Pacific Railway (CP), as well as my long-time favorite, Canadian National Railway (CNI).
"Last year the six major carriers posted a 45% average growth in earnings as they booked increased volumes and increased rates.
The editor of the MoneyLetter explains, "Jerome Dodson, president of Parnassus Investments and portfolio manager of the fund, states, "I've always felt that companies that treat their employees well do better than those that don't.
"Parnassus is well known as a socially responsible investment shop. And the 'workplace excellence' screen is one more layer on its other socially responsible, financial and valuation screens.
"Rather than worry about global uncertainy, we believe successful long-term stock investing is about identifying and owning businesses on the verge of a dramatic increase in profits -- such as Check Point Software (CHKP)," says Alexander Green.
The editor of The Oxford Club explains, "Founded in 1993 by three members of the Israeli military who linked top-secret computer networks, Check Point is the worldwide leader in securing the internet, providing customers with uncompromising protection against all manner of cyber threats.