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You are the military leader of the portfolio of stocks you own.
Today we'll look at when it makes more sense to sell than to hold on.
After our review of hedging strategies, here's a look at some dividend-paying bargains.
As the nation gets ready to send its kids back to school, we're looking at the money surrounding the annual phenomenon. The nation's retailers are counting on your kid to send their earnings to the top of the class.
Halliburton and Staples may have broken stocks, but they are not broken companies.
After you have invested in 'all-weather' stocks, consider these more economically sensitive names.
Ahead of some closely watched economic reports, a loan auction in Europe helped boost U.S. stock futures.
These companies are often considered boring, but their steady yield is becoming more valuable.
When prices run so much above fair value, you ask yourself if somebody knows something you don't.
Following Monday's low-volume losses, U.S. stocks were poised to open lower.
The stock is showing institutional buying interest, and will remain attractive so long as this key level holds.
There's too much good news out there to fear another plunge into the negative.
U.S. futures are pointed to a higher open after Tuesday's broad selloff.