The Dow closes above 16,000 for the first time. Mark Spellman, of the Value Line Income and Growth Fund, likes financial stocks.
Obamacare won't be fixed until its authors recognize the need to cooperate, says former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt, author of "Finding Allies, Building Alliances".
Emerging market stocks are a better value than expensive US shares, says Wasif Latif, VP of Equity Investments at USAA.
Freeport-McMoRan offers value in an increasingly expensive market, says Scott Colyer, CEO of Advisors Asset Management.
Too big to fail banks are getting headlines and fines while UMB is providing superior returns, says Mariner Kemper, CEO of UMB Financial.
Stocks may be flying, but Government bond funds remain vital for diversification and yield, says Fidelity portfolio manager William Irving.
There is more to the N.Y. Jets and the NFL than what you see each Sunday, says Nicholas Dawidoff, Author of Collision Low Crossers.
A sluggish forecast from Best Buy unnerved traders today. Mariner Kemper, UMB Financial CEO, talks banking.
Janet Yellen and low defaults mean a strong 2014 for high-yeld bonds, says George Goudelias of the RidgeWorth SEIX High Income Fund.
A rally in China helped the Dow briefly break through the historic 16,000 mark. Daniel Bigel, CEO of The OIX, talks tax credits.