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Washington will offer mixed bag answers to key policy questions.
The market faces the president's decision on Syria and the appointment of a Fed chief.
Concern over a missile strike against Syria as early as this week is pushing, oil and gold higher. Stocks are down as money flows to bonds.
When to jettison a losing stock can be the most difficult decision.
Government spending, not monetary policy, is what creates jobs.
The market maintains rosy expectations despite thorny economic news.
Morningstar analyst Neal Dihora says the rally in defense stocks like General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin is far from over.
Threatening talk from North Korea should keep U.S. defense spending steady.
Defense Stocks have lagged in 2013 but Raytheon will likely soon raise its dividend, says Portfolio Manager David Peltier.
Come back in 34 months and we will see how close my prediction came.
The signal we are getting is to be more concerned about Bernanke on the Hill.
It is a reasonably strong market, but not bereft of opportunity.
Long-term trends are in jeopardy, and one stock is setting up as a potential short.
Defense stocks see some action ahead of President Obama's press conference at 1:30 p.m. EST. I am seeing buyers of defense stocks -- including General Dynamics (GD), Boeing (BA), Raytheon (RTN) and Northrop Grumman (NOC) -- ahead of President Obama'...
Its commercial backlog gives it an advantage over its defense-dependent aerospace peers.
Whichever political party has the upper hand, this sector will be seen as crucial.
For your summer heeding list, it's banks, cards, online commerce and defense.
A confluence of economic events makes a military conflict with Iran look imminent.