A year from now, this coronavirus-inspired market drop could be viewed as a beautiful buying opportunity.
The market still is enjoying a very strong uptrend and has a solid boost from the liquidity created by the PBOC.
For many fund managers, this year's big gains are a source of gloom and despair.
Traders may try to jump the gun, but there are several factors that may delay the traditional end-of-year stock selloff.
Protect stock market gains and don't let losing positions build momentum. If you do that then you will be in shape for a great 2020.
A game plan for the last six and a half trading days of 2019.
These funds invest in companies poised to benefit from millennial spending trends.
Having a bad game does not mean you quit forever. It just means it is time to regroup and rethink strategy.
This Thanksgiving week is not following the usual pattern.
Robinhood is bringing a whole new generation of traders into the fold.
Most market participants are obsessed with the level of the S&P 500, but look under the surface: The "safe-haven" trade has started to be unwound.
Calling for a correction at this point is easy, but it comes with a sizable opportunity cost. Ignore the anticipatory bears and stay focused on the individual stocks.
Minor pullbacks could be nice buying chances.
The Fed has done what was necessary and now is on hold for the foreseeable future.
BRICS are more important now than when the concept was coined two decades ago, but only thanks to outperformers China and India. Investors should look no further for growth.
There was no shortage of good news last that allowed futures traders bring the market back to the top end of its range. Despite all this, the market has still not been able to break to new highs.
Invesco's stock is cheap, and its 31-cent quarter cash dividend provided an almost 8.2% current yield at $15.15.
My advice after diving into the 15-page document: Tighten your exposure to stocks, and don't even consider selling your bonds.
Despite the inverted-yield curve hysteria, the indicators show we should rally and come down again.
Why this much-hyped move isn't so special and how to play it to your advantage.
What makes turnarounds a profitable investing niche is that most investors avoid these securities.
If interest rates go lower, that will likely jump-start investor demand for quality dividend companies -- looking to these real estate investment trusts is a good bet.
The indices are in good shape technically, although there was choppy and inconsistent action under the surface Thursday.
Closed-end funds provide several benefits to investors over mutual funds.
A look at summer trading patterns, the 'Sell in May' adage and the best-performing sector ETFs between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
With MSCI increasing the weight of domestic Chinese stocks in its global index weighting, what happens in China does not stay in China.
We would need to see some improvement in breadth and bullish technical violations on increased volume to become more encouraged.
There are an array of low-risk, fixed-income opportunities to consider for investors seeking shelter from a stormy market.
Mutual funds and ETFs are particularly well suited for those seeking to add global exposure to their portfolios.
Why I believe it's time to take profits and reduce risk.