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Predicting the future is no easy task but our experts still do their best to predict the future of the market. By analyzing historical trends and current data, our experts offer their outlook on the market and the various impacts a specific event might have.
Whether it is a new IPO or a newly offered dividend, our experts identify factors that could shape the future of the economy and give advice on how to take advantage of each situation.
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While few techs appear to be good buys, there are some excellent prospects elsewhere. Read Article
The Dow will most likely test its 50-day moving average. Read Article
The Nasdaq has matured since the last time the Nasdaq reached above 5,000 in 1999, and there is still room to grow. One industry will push the Nasdaq to higher highs, and two regions present attractive investing opportunities. Read Article
The financial media echo chamber is reverberating with calls about how the Nasdaq Composite is ready to build on its high of 5,000 it achieved this week. Don't believe the hype. Read Article
The low interest rate environment is set to persist for the foreseeable future as pockets within the U.S. economy that remain weak, namely housing and wage growth. Read Article
Pay attention to Bollinger Bands to time short-term trades. Read Article
The highlight of last week belonged to Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, who continues to try to protect the Fed's flexibility when it comes to the timing of a change in policy. Read Article
The Nasdaq ran to a 15-year high while the other indices inch ahead. Read Article
We may be due for a mild round of profit-taking. Read Article
Net neutrality is a win for content providers and consumers, a loss for cable companies and telcos, and a non-starter for investors. Read Article
Despite the obsession with the round number, there are others with more technical significance. Read Article
Stocks fell flat this week after receiving good news. Read Article
Investors are in "risk-on" mode... at least those who are actually trading. Read Article
Despite the Fed's waffling, bonds could still get a reprieve from the impact of regular rate hikes, and stocks will benefit from the fact that the interest rate environment remains very, very "constructive," meaning stocks are a good buy. Read Article
It may be worthwhile to study the possible impact of other markets on stock prices. Read Article