One measure of the rally’s strength — the number of new highs — is petering out.
March, 2012 Archive
Wall Street analysts are bracing for a decline in record corporate profits, backing investor John Hussman’s view that what goes up must come down.
Former SEC enforcer Pat Huddleston says investment scams are rampant, and it may be a matter of time until we see one of Bernie Madoff magnitude.
Successful “follow the leader” investing may depend on choosing a platform that lets you closely mimic your chosen manager’s actions in the market.
With a key retail ETF near a multi-year breakout, Covestor manager Keshav Agrawal turns bearish on the U.S. consumer.
There are certain companies in this world that have the ability to impact virtually every aspect of human life.
Fears of a China economic slowdown are weighing on metals and mining stocks, although a past pattern may provide some long-term insight.
It’s a hugely important stock to a lot of investors. Is it time to take some profits on Costco?
You bet the wrong way on inflation, and it may cost you your nest egg.
With the offering now seemingly set for May, here’s a fresh look at past IPO performance, new thoughts on valuation and potential scams and fees to avoid.