Lowe's Had Better Start Improving + MORE

Lowe's Had Better Start Improving + MORE

Are You Misusing This Powerful Strategy?Every stock investor has heard about the importance of diversification.
In fact, I have emphasized many times in my articles just how critical being properly diversified is when managing a successful long-term portfolio. Diversification is not just critical for a long-term portfolio — it is the primary key for survival in the stock market…

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Lowe’s is lagging Home Depot to an extent that just the weather can’t explain    

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^^^ Thank you.BTW – Responses to prior comments should be made by the site owners, mingstar and Alex Frakt. It’s why I haven’t posted anything. (I also retitled the thread.)

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Lessons Europe Can Learn From Abenomics

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Lessons Europe Can Learn From AbenomicsCommentary: Bold action can make a difference in aging economy.

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Over the last 12 months, bank stocks have been soaring, and volatility has been falling.
In the following video, Motley Fool banking analysts David Hanson and Matt Koppenheffer discuss how Bank of America has played into this trend and what they think of the shares going forward…

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Well, that went as planned. Reassuring comments from Ben Bernanke before a Congressional committee soothed investor fears that the QE party was over and that central bank stimulus would live on.
At least in the short term, anyway.
The money line from Bernanke went something like this:
“A premature tightening of monetary policy could lead interest rates to rise temporarily but would also carry a substantial risk of slowing or ending the economic recovery and causing inflation to fall further…

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Don’t forget about volatility.    

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A lot of investors are surprised to learn the world’s best bank doesn’t lie within American borders.
According to the IMF, the world’s richest country per capita is little ole Qatar located on the Persian Gulf. Because of its location, oil and natural gas have made it a major player on the international scene…

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May 22 (Bloomberg) — Sales of gold from exchange-traded
products in 2013 have surpassed combined inflows over the past
two years, with investors cutting holdings at a record pace. At
the same time, demand for gold coins and bars is increasing.
Bloomberg Radio’s Catherine Cowdery reports on Exchange Traded

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