Morningstar Sounds Inflation Alarm
The Chicago-based research firm is warning that the seeds of what it calls “the ultimate recovery killer” are already sown.
Investor Confidence Rises for Institutions, but Individuals Disagree
Institutions may be optimistic about stocks, but affluent investors are stashing cash.
Economist: Sell Your Stocks, Take 6 Months Off
It's time investors took a break from the frothy market levels, says Steen Jakobsen.
Bernanke: Low Rates Are the Long-Term Trend
The Fed has not distorted markets or kept them artificially low, the former Fed chairman writes in his new blog for the Brookings Institution.
Currency Exposure: Hedge or No Hedge?
Advisors should speak with investors about the dollar's strength — and about diversification, DeLegge writes.
Jeremy Siegel: Dow 20,000, Here We Come
Index will hit 20,000 as early as year-end, boosted by low interest rates and expectations that the Fed won't hike rates soon, Siegel says.
Investors Pile Into Energy ETFs
Investors poured $1.2 billion into energy-related ETFs during the first three weeks of March when oil prices fell 7.2%. Were they smart or foolish?
Volatility Doesn’t Mean Markets Won’t Move Higher
Big market moves can make investors nervous. But should they? Consultant Alexei Bayer and ThinkAdvisor's Gil Weinreich discuss.
SEC Chair Wants Activist Fights to Be Nicer
M&A lawyers and bankers want to know what the SEC is going to do about various activist fights. Chairwoman White's speech offers a few clues.
Explaining the Market’s Explainers
Often, they seem to be saying “I don’t like that!” but lack either the awareness or courage to acknowledge the subtext of what they’re saying.