Marley Coffee sales rose 153% to $2.1 million in its fiscal first quarter and that is evidence that the company's marketing strategy is working.
Peripheral European economies have made strong comebacks since the financial crisis, nevertheless, valuations remain reasonable for Southern European stocks.
Take Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen at her word and expect low interest rates for quite some time, said Katie Nixon, Chief Investment Officer for Wealth Management at Northern Trust.
The AdvisorShares TrimTabs Float Shrink ETF has outperformed the S&P 500 since its October 2011 because of simple supply and demand, said the fund's portfolio manager Charles Biderman.
Demand for investment grade corporate bonds may be high, especially from pension funds, but the asset class is not too pricey.
Mark Lindbloom expects rates to rise modestly in the second half of the year and that's why he is paring back his Treasuries position.
Floating rate securities will provide yield and stability in a portfolio even if interest rates remain range bound for the rest of the year.
Investors should be cautious and certainly not expect a wild bull run in the second half due to stretched multiples and geopolitical worries.
Investors that were scared out of bond and emerging markets exchange traded funds earlier this year and are now scrambling to get back in, said Matt Hougan, President of ETF.
Expect yields to drift higher in the second half of the year as the Fed retreats from the bond market.