None of this suggests that Europe’s problems are fixed of course.
Emerging markets were supposed to untether themselves from the debt-burdened West and find their own way in the world. It didn’t work out that way.
Surprisingly, the children of the baby boomers are now the most conservative investors – a buy signal?
Japan’s economy has been a slow motion train wreck for the past 20 years.
The lie, of course, is that you can get money for nothing, that it is possible—and even easy—to beat the market without doing any real work.
A cheap stock can always get cheaper and it pays to cut your losses early.
Skip the canvases and go to the trend driving returns: the rise of the global nouveau riche.
2011′s volatility will be burned into investors’ memories for a long time to come.
Right now, the best pricing is in European dividend payers.
Be sure to check the sector allocation of an ETF to see if it really accomplishes what you’re out to achieve.