Morgan Stanley’s Gorman: Buy Energy Stocks Now ‘If You’ve Got the Stomach’
The wirehouse CEO says the economy isn't "under fundamental stress."
Is This a Bear Market or a Correction?
When stocks sink, it’s time to review both terminology and history, Ron DeLegge writes.
Why the Fed Won't Raise Rates Next Month
Looking at the numbers around stocks, oil and commodities, why I doubt the Federal Reserve will raise rates at September FOMC meeting.
3 Ways to Tell if a Stock Has Hit Bottom
As Ben Graham said, it's better to buy after a decline, but how do you tell if a stock has finished declining?
‘No One Should Expect Returns of 5%’: Research Affiliates
At Research Affiliates’ event, Chris Brightman calls for advisors to lower client expectations.
GMO’s Inker: Ditch U.S. Stocks Now
Ben Inker says the firm is selling its "beloved" U.S. stocks; Jeremy Grantham says the Saudis will regret not cutting oil production.
Why Stocks Are at a ‘Permanently High Plateau’
There are some serious factors that are driving today’s all-time highs.
U.S. Economy Shows Strength as Dow at 4-Year High Nears 13,000: Schwab’s Aguilar
U.S. economic improvement, housing market stability and strong corporate profits have contributed to the stock market’s solid performance in 2012 as the Dow hits a four-year high.
S&P 500 Q3 Earnings Outlook: Optimism in ‘Unprecedented High-Risk Environment’
Equity analysts for Standard & Poor’s see a vast gap between their expectations for record double-digit Q3 earnings versus investors’ loss of faith in analysts' optimistic earnings forecasts.
JPMorgan: Recession Unlikely, So Take Advantage of Extreme Valuations
In a critique of the Fed's Operation Twist announcement, JPMorgan market strategist David Kelly said it was a failure because the markets have reached the point where they must self-correct.