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Now is a good time to own convertibles because they have no correlation to interest rates plus a healthy upside and yield.
Emerging market stocks may have elevated risks, but they are far cheaper than U.S. shares making them worth the investment.
Investors in foreign stocks need to protect themselves with currency hedged ETFs as divergent central bank policies drive the dollar higher.
A strong dollar is creating uncertainty for U.S. multinationals, yet investors should still stick with U.S. large-cap stocks.
A marketing genius coupled with the rise of the internet helped spawn a stuffed animal craze that created and destroyed huge amounts of wealth.
Tupperware may be a classic American brand, but it is turning into a huge force in the emerging markets, said Marc Lichtenfeld.
The M&A environment is the strongest it’s been since 2007, yet investors and managers alike should be cautious because deal synergies do not always pan out.
There is a real science to capturing a consumer's attention and Facebook has built it into the core of its product, said Ben Parr, author of 'Captivology.'
The challenges for revenue growth are apparent for IBM, but the technology giant's income and equity yield make the stock attractive.