Despite the fact that the China bond market did not seem phased by the announcement of its first ever default, MoneyShow's Jim Jubak feels the default may become a big deal in the long-term.
To isolate winning investments, Chris Versace looks for enduring, powerful trends in investor psychology, demographics, and economics. Here, he explains his strategy, his new Power Options Trader newsletter, and some favorite defensive stocks.
As the bull market notched its five-year anniversary yesterday, MoneyShow's Tom Aspray takes to the charts to see whether there at still any buying opportunities at these levels.
A very rare indicator has spoken; this is a "breadth thrust" indicator, attributed to the late Marty Zweig, explains Mike Cintolo, editor of Cabot Market Letter.
I have decided to add further bank exposure to our portfolio; this bank is the oldest and most undervalued bank stock in Canada, notes Ian Wyatt, editor of $100k Portfolio.
Although investors were disappointed with recent results from this leading retailer, value investor John Buckingham, of The Prudent Speculator, remains bullish on the stock's long-term prospects.
Although the market had a wobbly start, it still ended the week on a strong note, and MoneyShow's Tom Aspray takes a technical look at what's ahead as we enter the seasonally strong period.
A specialist on very long-term, macro trends, Leo Boeckl, editor of Smart Tech Investor, looks back on the evolution of the auto industry as an analogy for assessing the current evolution of the technology sector.
With interest rates still at rock-bottom levels, equities remain pretty much the only alternative to grow and retain capital for most people, suggests Stephen Quickel, editor of US Investment Report.
A mass exodus of bears could propel this stock higher, says analyst Andrea Kramer of Schaeffer Investment Research, regarding her Option Idea of the Week. Here, she assesses several contrarian sentiment and technical metrics.
There's an old maxim on Wall Street that says you shouldn't try to catch a falling knife; like a knife, your attempt to catch a stock in freefall may result in some significant damage, explains John Dobosz, editor of Forbes Dividend Investor.
After 30+ years in the financial markets, MoneyShow's Tom Aspray has come to rely on certain tools to help him identify key turning points, and this has been one of his go-to indicators.
The biotech sector has been one of the market's top performers, but it has recently pulled back, and MoneyShow's Tom Aspray wonders whether the tech sector can take up the slack and propel the QQQ higher if biotech fails to regain its mojo.
Education is a primary issue in China. Urban Chinese families spend more than 30% of their household income on their child's education, compared with only 2% in the United States, observes Mark Skousen, editor of Fast Money Alert.
Have you ever wondered how your iPad knows which way is up and which is down? Or how your digital camera's image stabilization feature works? The technology behind all of these features is motion sensing, explains Tyler Laundon in Daily Profit.
John McCamant, biotech expert and editor of The Medical Technology Stock Letter, believes this company offers one of the most intriguing pipelines in the cancer treatment sector.
Our buyback-based portfolio is up 121.46% since inception in 2000 versus a gain of 23.96% in the S&P 500 over the same time frame; here's a look at the latest addition to this model portfolio, writes David Fried, editor of The Buyback Letter.
This company may face some obstacles and tough year-to-year comparison in the first half of 2014, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, however, he doesn't think any weakness will be big enough to warrant selling, then rebuying.
Even though the market shrugged off tensions in Ukraine, with the S&P 500 notching its 40th record close in a year, some investors are still nervous about its continued strength, so MoneyShow's Tom Aspray examines the charts to see if their concerns are justified.
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Legendary investor Mark Skousen discusses the upcoming Freedomfest, the world's largest gathering of free minds, occuring in Las Vegas from July 9-12, 2014.
The US government is no longer looking for quick fixes for the economy, but concrete solutions, says Jack Ablin, Chief Investment Officer at BMO Private Bank.
Elliott Gue shares his outlook for crude oil and explains why the type of crude oil, and where it is located, determines the price you may be paying.
The surprising move in the Chinese Yuan makes it seem more like a normal currency says MoneyShow's Jim Jubak and he wonders if it represents a change in strategy.