Europe in Crisis

5 Great European Stock Funds

Mutual funds with exposure to Europe give investors exposure to cheap, high-quality stocks as the region emerges from recession. More 

France Needs Hollande to Keep His Word on Economic ‘Offensive’

As France enters a triple-dip recession and the German economic engine stalls, is there any hope left for the eurozone? More 

Where Are the World’s Best Market Returns?

So far this year, Ghana has rocketed to eye-popping returns. Of course, there are other promising -- and a bit more developed -- markets out there too. More 

Where to Turn When the Dollar is Strong

Tensions in the Eurozone and Asia have increased demand for the U.S. dollar--but that's usually not a good sign for U.S. stocks. I'll explain which sectors to favor and which to avoid. More 

Italy’s Impact on Traders

With Italian and U.S. stocks diverging, learn what that could signal for American equities. More 

Italian Election Crisis Could be a Canary in a Coal Mine

Could the Italian election crisis foreshadow further Eurozone instability? We look to charts of the EWI from last spring and now for some insight. More 

Bull’s Eye Report: JPMorgan Chase (JPM)

The Cyprus bank fiasco could actually benefit big U.S. banks like JPMorgan Chase (JPM). It's looking good for a buy at current levels. More 

If Cyprus Derails the Eurozone, Get Ready to Buy

The situation in Cyprus is bad, but not dire, and taking advantage of the situation takes some steely nerves and patience, so have both to profit More 

Gold Cools on Cyprus, Gains for Week

Gold slipped on Friday as frantic deal-making in Cyprus raised hopes that the island nation could secure a bailout and avoid ejection from the eurozone. More 

Bulls vs. Bears: Who to Believe

As of the FOMC meeting yesterday, rates remain low, a bullish sign. But if investors get spooked by changes ahead, the slowing economy and brewing trouble in Europe may spark a pullback. More