Perceptions won't matter if Facebook blows away revenue targets. It will matter a lot more if CEO Zuckerberg has to sell a story on good, but not great growth.
July, 2012 Archive
How has the Dow, the host country and Nike stock performed during the Olympics?
Sandy Weill's call to break up the banks is not entirely altruistic: It could raise valuation multiples and provide a greater return for financial investors.
Let the 'mess fall out', then it's time to buy Apple shares ahead of the iPhone 5 launch, says manager Ben Dickey of the Growth Plus Income model.
Apple's miss was a big disappointment. Yet sales could be delayed rather than impaired, and its strongest-ever product cycle may lie ahead.
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Consumers tend to maintain their drinking habits regardless of economic cycles, says Covestor Manager Charles Sizemore.
Those using stocks and commodities to bet on a continued U.S. drought will eventually have to exit their positions fast, says Covestor manager Scott Rothbort.
Index funds can be a good way to invest. But they do have drawbacks says Ralph Mennicken, Covestor's chief investment officer, in a Fox Business interview.
UPS saw double-digit declines in exports from Asia to the U.S. and Europe. It's one more worrying sign about the health of the global economy.
Moody's lowered outlook of Germany's AAA-rating puts even more pressure on Angela Merkel as next-steps for Greece get closer to crunch time.