|Day Low/High||9.68 / 9.78|
|52 Wk Low/High||8.07 / 10.51|
After a five-year hiatus I'm ready to start throwing whammies in several directions.
Watching St. Louis top Boston on Wednesday proves key characteristics good investing: Don't give up, look for gems, and fear not management changes.
Sophisticated income investors can participate in this high-yield market via mREITs, preferreds and funds.
Right now the bias is to sell bonds that get tight rather than ride out the yield.
Funds are unloading shares of these five big stocks -- but the timing looks suspect on a few of them.
The stocks are flying but it's not to late to jump into Encana, Commercial Metals, NVIDIA and Annaly Capital, said Invesco portfolio manager Donna Wilson.
Never mind what happened in 2013; they're the best options available for retail investors.
Business development companies have grown in popularity amid low interest rates.
There's no rational reason for mortgage REITs to have declined this much.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Who knew it would be this difficult to find 30 stocks?
As housing pattern repeats itself, there are still investment options.
There is renewed interest about the Fed preparing to normalize interest rates.
As the fight for equality rages on, some women have managed not only to break through the glass ceiling but to shatter it now with a pointed heel.
Traders are moving out of speculative stocks, and this looks like a turning point.
The market has broken support, and the next level to watch is about 1795.