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.
Noise: The Music to Our Financial Market Ears
Fisher Black claimed that if noise trading didn't exist, there would be very little trading in individual assets. But price noise isn't well understood.
S&P to 3000? Morgan Stanley Experts Make the Case
How high can the S&P 500 go? Many factors bode well for continued economic growth, equity experts argue.
Powerful Performance From Dividends
While it's easy to overlook the value of dividends during bull markets like this one, they remain a key component of equity returns from a longer-term perspective.
Jeremy Siegel: Dow Could Reach 21,000 by Year-End
The Wharton finance professor discussed his bullish predictions for the Dow on Wednesday on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
Corporate Profits ‘Dangerously’ High; Labor to Grab Bigger Share: Research Affiliates
The only profit boom bigger than today's was followed by two world wars, the Depression and 39 years before another peak, warns Research Affiliates' Brightman.
Jeremy Siegel: Don’t Fear a Correction; Stocks Still Cheap
Stocks remain “10% to 15% under fair market value,” Jeremy Siegel of Wharton believes, so any correction would represent a buying opportunity.
Dow to Tick Up 6% More in ’13: Siegel
Equities are poised for a good couple of months — or more, Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel says.
Finke’s ‘Bizarre’ Discovery: Stocks Safer in Long Term
Are stocks long-run winners, or should investors stick with less risky products? A 20-country study by Michael Finke and others says stocks are the best choice.
Jeremy Siegel Still Sees Dow at 17,000 by Year’s End
The famed Wharton professor remains bullish despite seeing a "choppy" few weeks ahead...