"US preeminence relative to other economies is the single most important factor underlying our core allocation to US assets."
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Here's a breakdown of my portfolio changes in October.
Both were under selling pressure.
Tyler Kocon just swapped out some well-known names in his investment models, making room for two gas-related stocks he thinks might fare better going forward.
The potential output from the Bakken formation is unprecedented in relation to the U.S. energy industry.
There are certain companies in this world that have the ability to impact virtually every aspect of human life.
Investing may be compared with seafaring. When operating in the financial markets, we are effectively engaging in a voyage carrying a valuable cargo to a faraway destination.
Tom Konrad says owning a wind farm is about to become less risky. Wind power is cheap and clean and producers should now enjoy reduced variability of returns.
There are three essential follow up posts to the New York Times article that dropped like a bombshell on General Electric (NYSE: GE) when it claimed GE did not pay any income tax on its $5.1 billion in profits last year. First up, Allan Sloan …
Michael Arold, based in Germany, aims to exploit market inefficiencies using a momentum-based trading strategy. He has a strong engineering background and currently works in the software industry. Here's how Michael's Covestor model, Technical Swing, works: Using multiple technical indicators, this model surveys movements in …