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European Stocks: Looking Good, As Long You’re Looking to Hold

European stocks have several important drivers of long-term performance, but the near-term outlook is murky at best. More 

Is the ‘Abe Trade’ Still in Play?

Japan's parliamentary elections further solidified Shinzo Abe's power and should keep the 'Abe Trade' alive for a while longer. But cover your behind. More 

2013 Fund Flows: Bonds, Metals Brutalized

Fund flows provide a nice snapshot into the best- and worst-performing asset classes of 2013's first half, but things will likely be different in coming months. More 

5 Rules Every ETF Investor Should Follow

ETF investing offers a great number of advantages for investors. Use these five rules to make the most of the investment opportunity. More 

Repercussions From the Yen Surge

The yen's decline likely isn't over, which means the Nikkei has further to rally. But Japan's easing is so aggressive that there's no room for policy error. More 

Nikkei: Aggressively Pulling Back, But Not Collapsing

The Nikkei's two-day bashing (and related drop in the EWJ) is jarring, but technical support should keep this dive from getting much hairier. More 

No Chart Resistance to Hinder Market’s Advance

The S&P 500 sliced through the top of the bullish resistance line of a well-defined bull channel. More