One particularly crummy Friday does not ruin the bullish picture for stocks, says Jeffrey Saut, equity strategist at Raymond James.
July, 2012 Archive
One way to reduce correlation with the S&P: find stocks with a history of lower volatility than the index.
There was little in Alcoa's earnings to dispel the notion that it could be a difficult earnings season for many companies -- especially the industrials.
This balanced portfolio is complemented by defensive positions
With so many negative headlines, it is often possible to lose sight of the long-term positives for equity investors.
Global deleveraging may be the most powerful force weighing on the market.
Events in Spain or Italy tell us nothing about the long term demand for goods and services from Apple to Varian Medical.
ETFs tend to have low costs when compared with other kinds of investment funds.
I felt it prudent to reduce exposure to volatility given the uncertainty of the Greek elections.
The good folks at Motley Fool say the smart money is on Apple staying above the $600 mark from here. I agree in spirit, but see a lower price support.