Market Outlook

stock market outlook and predictionsPredicting 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.

Make better investment decisions with our stock market predictions.

Don’t Worry Too Much About Greece

The new Greek government wants to renegotiate the terms of its bailout, with the resulting uncertainty adding to market turmoil both in Europe as well as worldwide. Read Article

Global Stock Values: Where to Park Your Cash for the Next Five Years

In looking at CAPE data, U.S. stock values are looking pricey. But international stock values are very attractive. Read Article

Is It Time to Take a Risk-On Approach?

Bonds and utilities are being sold as some investors take a more aggressive stance. Read Article

The Dangerous Business of Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is a high-growth, high-stakes industry that’s well worth watching as both a consumer and an investor. Read Article

Cybersecurity Stocks Are Poised to Reach Full Stride in 2015

The planets have lined up for the cybersecurity industry, and the hack of Sony was the proverbial last straw. Read Article

PEP Stock – 5 Reasons the Future Looks Bright for PepsiCo

PepsiCo is not only poised for both domestic and international growth, but PEP stock is a dependable dividend source as well. Read Article

This Market Is Running Low on Mo-Mo

The lack of follow-through at the end of last week is a troubling sign for the markets ... but it doesn't necessarily spell certain doom. Read Article

Market Close to the Moment of Truth

Wait for a definite signal before making large commitments. Read Article

3 Factors That Drive Gold Prices

Investors who understand what variables are important in moving gold prices will be ready to take advantage when gold breaks out of its downward consolidation pattern -- a pattern than may be ready to break. Read Article

It Might Finally Be Time to Buy Bitcoin

Bitcoin is growing up and becoming a more respectable virtual currency, but it's still not for the faint of heart. Read Article

Mixed Signals, Extreme Volatility Plague Market

While the technical picture is becoming more bullish, the high level of instability is disconcerting. Read Article

Play Rebounding Oil With Dividend Stocks

If oil really has put in a major bottom here, investors who have been blindly piling into Treasury and high-grade municipal bonds for "safety" may be in for a rude awakening. Read Article

Discern the Latest Mixed Bag of Economic News

Sift through the barrage of economic data out there and determine what this will mean for your stocks. Read Article

Thank Greece for the Small Boost

Without much on the data front yesterday, optimism about Greece gave stocks an early boost. The turnaround in oil prices helped energy sector stocks, as well. Read Article

Is Market Sentiment Shifting to Gold in 2015?

Even small increases in the gold price, coupled with falling energy and currency costs, mean they could put up pretty good numbers in 2015. Read Article

A Dead Cat Can Fool Even the Wisest Bulls

Despite the bullish turn, there is no confirmation that the market will jump to new highs. Read Article

How to Play Oil in the Long Term

The long-term case for commodities is that the people of the developing world will demand a higher standard of living as economies there grow stronger. That higher standard of living will demand more resources. Read Article

Stocks Reverse, but Too Early to Call a Bottom

Still, the tape action of the past two days is the most encouraging we've seen this year. Read Article

FDX vs. UPS: Which Stock Delivers More For Investors?

FDX is the better buy for investors right now because it is continuing to expand margins, it is benefiting from lower fuel prices and has a leg up on rival UPS in cost-cutting and fleet modernization efforts. Read Article