In this segment of The Motley Fool’s everything-financials show, Where the Money Is, banking analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss some recent data around new home sales and talk about the best way for investors to play that trend.
On the heels on the surging housing market, American markets are reaching new highs, and investors and pundits alike are skeptical about future growth…
If the two market crashes since the turn of the century have taught us one thing, it is that this proverb is extremely relevant to investing.
Investors relying only to future growth in stock prices for their returns were badly burned as they saw their portfolios decimated by the dot-com bust and the Great Recession…
Raymond James Financial (RJF): “I do like the stock. It is a terrific outfit. I’m not buying the (prediction of a) 10% correction.”
Alere (ALR): "You have a nice run there…
After going for a run, I was in line at the café waiting to order breakfast when a headline in the Los Angeles Times caught my eye. It said, “Crisis for the very old: Many outlive their nest eggs…
Well, shares gapped up in post-market trading after Facebook earnings showed strong mobile user growth and impressive profits, with FB set to open Thursday 25% above where it was when I penned that line in June … so I guess it’s time to eat a whole plateful of crow…
Store, Inc., makes the case for using exchange-traded funds to
build a portfolio. Bloomberg Radio’s Catherine Cowdery reports
on Exchange Traded Funds.