ETF Inflows: U.S. Still King; Europe on Mend

State Street Global Advisors' monthly look at exchange-traded fund inflows shows two trends: The U.S. is still killing it, but Europe's not so bad either. More 

5 Investment Pillars of a Retirement Portfolio

Jim Cramer's provided a bit of a roadmap for a retirement investment portfolio with 5 'must have' categories. Here's my take on the strategy. More 

The 5 Best ETFs in the World

A handful of international investments have been downright ugly, but a few locales have bred big profits. Here are the 5 best ETFs in the world for 2013. More 

Europe’s Baby Bust Drying Up Demand

Yes, low fertility rates will hurt Europe's work force and tax bases ... but what's often forgotten in the demographics conversation is the consumer base. More 

3 European Stocks to Buy Now

Investors may be scared to jump into European stocks, but the truth is that they represent great values. Here are three across-the-pond stocks to buy now. More 

Markets Head to a Happy Fourth: Wednesday’s IP Market Recap

Despite worries both in Egypt and across Europe, American stock indices finished higher heading into the Fourth of July holiday. More 

Halftime Report for Global Markets: Who’s Hot, Who’s Not

Worried about the S&P 500's recent volatility? Well, if you look at the prospects of the rest of the world's stock markets, America might be the 'least bad' option. More