In his latest Fidelity Investor, fund expert Jim Lowell looks at a number of buy-rated funds that would qualify as having unique characteristics.
Finding good value is difficult in investing and trading just as it is in everyday life, says Michael Fowlkes of Market Intelligence Center, because "value" is a very subjective word.
Barring discovery of the Fountain of Youth, demand for healthcare is growing around the world as populations age in developed countries and as emerging countries want more of the drugs and medical equipment that the developing world makes, writes Richard Stavros, editor of Global Income Edge.
On-balance volume (OBV) analysis has given positive signals several times during this bull market, so MoneyShow's Tom Aspray looks at the current monthly OBV analysis of four key markets to prepare traders for a new month of trading.
Barry Burns of TopDogTrading.com shares the first of ten articles about the top mistakes he sees day traders make and how to avoid them and make the market come to you.
MoneyShow's Jim Jubak urges investors to stay prepared as we close out August, just in case more geopolitical events occur over the Labor Day holiday weekend that won't see a market reaction until next Tuesday at the earliest.
J. Royden Ward is an expert on value investing strategies. Here, the editor of Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor, explains the “net-net” indicator and looks at a stock that earns a buy rating from this value metric.
Walker England of DailyFX.com lays out the three uncommon tips for trading with RSI so traders can get more comfortable with the indicator.
Dividend growth at iShares. In June, iShares unveiled its first ETF focused on dividend growth, which combines several dividend growth criteria into an intriguing package, notes Mark Salzinger, editor of The Investor's ETF Report.
Income expert Briton Ryle highlights a pair of financing firms-known as Business Development Companies-that are both ongoing buys in the model portfolio of his The Wealth Advisory.
In a new recording, options expert Seth Freudberg of SMB Options Training Program discusses the power and impact of options trading and how it can help traders grow their wealth with limited risk.
The really great news about owning hotel stocks is that they will not only be benefactors of the solid trends we are seeing in vacation spending, they will also get a boost from increased business travel, suggests Marshall Hargrave of Daily Profit.
Greg Harmon of Dragonfly Capital looks to the charts and shares his thoughts on the weakness in gold compared to the S&P.
Anna Coulling of AnnaCoulling.com shares a recent question-and-answer between her and a subscriber about the three things to remember before even considering trading for a living. Trading takes time, confidence, and experience.
Geopolitical events often impact the markets and the crisis that just escalated between Russia and the Ukraine is no exception, says MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, who thinks this currency may face continued downward pressure as a result.
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Many looking for yield search for the highest yielding investments but Retirement Watch's Bob Carlson shares his reasons why this may not be the best strategy.
Piper Jaffray's Senior Technical Strategist Craig Johnson does not mince any words as he shares his views on gold's major trend.
The investment markets have changed dramatically in the past decade, notes Robert Carlson from Retirement Watch, so investors need to adopt a different strategy.
Instead of fearing volatility, investors should learn how to use it to their advantage, says veteran money manager and journalist Jon Markman.
Veteran investor Mark Skousen says that dividend-paying stocks are still the best place to be and recommends a few of his favorites in this category.
Many are wondering whether the big or regional banks are the best investment and Hilary Kramer shares her analysis.
A lot of investors avoid options because they think options are complicated and very risky, but that doesn't have to be the case, says veteran money manager Jon Markman.
An asset bubble and a false economic recovery will not have a positive outcome says Euro Pacific Capital's Peter Schiff.
Seasoned financial observer Terry Savage has some suggestions for investors in what may be a more volatile year in the stock market.