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Quarterly Review & Outlook

Every quarter, we take a look back at the significant market trends and events of the past few months, as well as look ahead to what the next few months should bring. From the hottest stocks to the biggest flubs, here is what made (or will make) some of the biggest headlines.

Recent Articles

The 10 Best Stocks to Buy for 2017: Still the Best?

The experts' pick in the 10 Best Stocks for 2017 contest are trouncing the market so far. But where will these stocks to buy go from here? More 

The 10 Best ETFs to Buy for the Rest of 2017

Volatility has returned with negativity in tow, which means the best ETFs to buy going forward in 2017 are funds that specialize in defense. More 

The 7 WORST Stocks to Buy Right Now

These seven worst stocks to buy right now seem likely to move downward, no matter what the stock market does from here. More 

10 Small-Cap Stocks That Could Double in the Next 3 Months

These small-cap stocks all have the potential to dish out misery, but if things work out just right, look out above. More 

7 CEOs That Are Heading to the Chopping Block by 2018

These seven CEOs -- from Chipotle (CMG) to Target (TGT) -- are skating on thin ice, and there is a good chance that ice breaks in 2017. More 

10 Small-Cap Stocks That Could Double in 2017

Take a look at these top-notch small-cap stocks in 2017 for a little extra oomph in your portfolio following a tepid 2016. More 

Top 10 Mutual Funds for the Rest of 2016

Whether you're looking for outperformance or just to play it same through the end of the year, these are the top mutual funds to buy. More 

7 Huge Swing Trades to Make for the Fourth Quarter

Eyes up, traders! These seven high-octane stocks are bursting with potential. Be on the lookout for these profitable swing trades in Q4. More 

8 Bad Stocks You Should Kick to the Curb Right Now

Breaking up is hard to do, but sometimes, you just have to move on. It’s not your fault you fell in love with bad stocks ... but it is your problem to deal with. More