investing in 2013
While the global economy is taking longer than we'd like to land a full recovery, there are retail stocks to buy right now to benefit from better times ahead.
And now - since the stock market is always anticipatory - we're seeing some interesting opportunities in the luxury goods sector.To continue reading, please click here...
Why Stocks Fall in September
Thanks to two major crashes, October usually is pegged as the worst month for stocks - but that's not the case.
It's actually the current month that has delivered the worst performance, leading to the question: Why do stocks fall in September?
How to Invest in a Market Correction
There are events unfolding right now that show you need to know how to invest in a market correction...
First, this bull market - the most unloved bull market in history, according to Money MorningChief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald - has continued for 54 months now. That's a full 11 months longer than the average bull market run since 1953.
Second, the forces keeping this bull market going are almost completely divorced from any economic reality.
Unemployment and underemployment - the sheer number of Americans who've flat out given up looking for work - remains appallingly high, at 14%. Economic growth, limping in at under 2% per year, is anemic.
Yet, the markets have surged for more than four and a half years... hitting as high as 15,628... shattering all records as they go.
Can Corporate Earnings Keep Up with Soaring Stock Prices?
Stock prices for many U.S. companies are climbing rapidly, pushing the market to record highs - but will corporate profits support these gains?
That's one of the questions Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald tackled on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." program this morning.
Why You Have to Be Investing in the Stock Market Now
Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani - sometimes called "the reluctant bull" - joined FOX Business' "Varney & Co." today (Friday) to discuss why the U.S. is the "place to be."
Shah emphasizes that all reluctance aside, when it comes to investing in the stock market now, "You have to be in it to win it."
Shah Gilani Reveals How to Invest in These Wild Markets
The Fed is taking its foot off the gas, stocks are reacting wildly to any news, and no one knows if the market can function independently of quantitative easing.
No one but Shah Gilani, that is.
The Worst Investing Mistake You Could Make Now
Many investors are understandably nervous when it comes to what the markets will do this week. Some are downright agitated.
My take? Keep calm.
The markets are doing what they need to be doing right now. The big swings we're experiencing lately are not a sign that the markets are broken. Far from it.
The Six Questions that Can Make You Rich (Part Three)
In May, McKinsey Global Institute released its latest report,Disruptive Technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy. The highly prestigious research and consulting firm devised a list of 12 technologies that could have a potential economic impact of $14 trillion to $33 trillion a year by 2025.
These 12 technologies (ranked by economic impact) are mobile internet, the automation of knowledge work, the "internet", cloud technology, robot automation, autonomous vehicles, next-generation genomics, energy storage, 3D printing, advanced materials (like graphene), advanced oil and gas discovery, and renewable energy.
How to Invest in Uranium in 2013
It's looking more likely that 2013 is going to be a profitable year for those who know how to invest in uranium.
That will be a nice turnaround from the past two years...
For the past couple years, the nuclear accident at Fukushima in Japan seems to have put the industry on ice as far as investors are concerned.
The Six Questions that Can Make You Rich (Part Two)
For some reason, we love the concept of technology, but hate the tech that surrounds us.
We curse our email when it freezes for the slightest second. We damn the cellphone carrier that sends a signal to space and halfway around the earth when we're talking with someone thousands of miles away, but the drops the call.
We dismiss certain innovations because we think they're just another passive fad.
This bias against technology sometimes leads us to miss some of the greatest investment opportunities of a lifetime.