3 Reasons to Fear a November Selloff

Three quarters into a largely good year for stocks, investors are becoming complacent. But here are 3 reasons investors should expect a November selloff. More 

5 Signs That Investors Just Can’t Get Enough Risk

Investors have displayed an insatiable appetite for higher-risk assets in recent weeks. What does this mean for the market as a whole? More 

Emerging Markets Pull Ahead of S&P 500 (SPY)

Whenever emerging bourses outperform during a downturn for equities in general, the bullish momentum tends to hold. More 

Fade the Fear With a Short Put on EEM

Traders afraid to chase the EEM into the stratosphere will be happy to know the ongoing stock drop has brought the fund back to more reasonable levels for entry. More 

Emerging Markets Are Leading the Charge

The latest stock market rally has been led by foreign stocks, particularly in emerging markets. Revisit the EEM for this bullish options play. More 

The Only 2 Ways to Invest Internationally

If you're going to invest internationally -- and you should -- there are really only two practical ways to buy in: funds and ADRs on major U.S. exchanges. More 

Wait for the Turn in Emerging Markets

Emerging markets have had an abysmal year in 2013, but when they recover, they could outpace domestic stocks. More