Europe’s Newest Problem: Getting Old

A look across the pond shows a declining working-age population in many of Europe's most important nations -- more bad news for companies who rely on the region. More 

Buy Greece? Buy Greece.

We adapted Robert Shiller's famous CAPE values for other countries, revealing some interesting patterns in the process. More 

10 Events That Shaped Financial Markets in 2012

Events from the past year will help to shape what happens in 2013, and here's a list of what might be good for investors in the upcoming year More 

Stocks Crawl Under Congressional Cloud — Tuesday’s IP Market Recap

The U.S. got good news on the housing and consumer fronts, but a peep out of Harry Reid had stocks shaking once more. More 

Greek Debt Talks Break With No Agreement

European leaders and financial institutions failed to reach a deal on a new bailout for Greece after a second week of talks, but will return next week. More 

Bet on the EU’s Emotions With the National Bank of Greece

The National Greece of Bank is an über-volatile measure of Europe’s bailout hopes -- and could deserve a look from intrepid investors. More 

Greece: The Eurozone’s Problem Child

Plenty of families have that one problem child who taxes emotions, and occasionally the wallet. For the eurozone, that problem child is Greece. More