The Five Most Deadly and Expensive Military Weapons

Dec. 20 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. military had a budget of $670 billion in 2013. With that money they've developed an arsenal of weapons, including a $58 billion fighter jet program and a $102 billion destroyer program that launches Tomahawk missiles. Bloomberg looks at the jets, submarines and bombs in the collection. (Source: Bloomberg)

What Makes Value Investing Attractive?: Som Seif
12:16 - The S&P 500 is trading at a PE ratio of about 21 times earnings, compared to its 10 year average of just under 17 times earnings. Against this backdrop, Som Seif, founder and president of Purpose Investments, makes the case for why value stocks are very attractive right now. (Source: Bloomberg)
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