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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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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
The Nasdaq Composite Index is in striking distance of both the 5,000 level and its all-time high. But should anyone really care? Read Article
There are few signals as closely watched as Dow Theory buys and sells. Read Article
The bullish case for oil prices is looking threadbare as the fundamental factors keep stacking against it. Short oil and profit. Read Article
Some want a change, but are we sure we want to go that route? Read Article
Railroad stocks are holding up well in the aftermath of a massive derailment of a CSX train in West Virginia, but growing protests over the risks of transporting shale oil by rail is certain to weigh on the sector. Read Article
Record prices have come on puny volume and breadth. Read Article
Stocks inched to another new high and a 5% gain for the month. Read Article
Private equity firms offer a lot of wisdom about long-term value plays. Investors would be wise to pay attention. Read Article
The bulls have fought a tough battle to reach new highs. Read Article
U.S. consumers all seem to be spending their extra money on big-ticket items. Read Article