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The Japanese Nikkei 225 continues to hold above 13,000, but with the index still up 56% from its recent low in mid-October, I continue to advise you to look elsewhere. The index was down 23% after its recent correction, but it has rallied four percent since. Even so, I would avoid Japanese stocks. (Read “Why Nikkei Sell-Off May Foreshadow Things to Come.”)
Changes to International Tariffs Giving This Stock a Boost
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Junk Bond Demand Soars: Is This the Time to Be Raising Cash?
With the aggressive monetary policy plan implemented by the Federal Reserve in place, it’s not just retirees who are seeking yield and can’t find it; large institutional funds are in the same predicament.
S&P 500 Companies: Short-Term Problems, Long-Term Opportunities?
Investing in small-caps is a double-edged sword, but it doesn’t have to be with small-cap ETF. Buying an individual stock with the small-cap designation can be equal parts profitable and perilous. For every winner an investor happens upon in the small-cap universe, there’s a good chance several more losers will follow, so why not let small-cap ETFs do the legwork for you?
Three Investment Predictions for 2011 Put to the Test
Class warfare politics is America's shame. The majority of Americans want the opportunity to succeed at something, to become rich and famous, even. We don't want free; we want affordable. We want to be in control of our own destinies. We want jobs, world-class education, and healthcare that doesn't have to look over its shoulder for ambulance chasers.
Most investors generally like to diversify their portfolios and use asset allocation in order to reap the best profits for the least risk. We believe that this is a good time to reallocate your assets as we are beginning to see the transitions from a bearish market to a bullish market.