There are far too many mutual funds in the market and the overabundance of choices is not helping investors make better financial decisions, says Brian Portnoy, author of "The Investor's Paradox".
The S&P 500 may have soared last year, but investors have not forgotten the downturn of 2008 and are clamoring for actively managed low volatility funds.
The selloff in emerging markets has created buying opportunities in companies like South American farmland owner Adecoagro.
Rep. Dave Camp's plan to raise taxes on financial institutions with more than $500 billion in assets is a bad idea because it will negatively impact lending ability.
Ambac's stock has tremendous upside because the company's legal woes are behind it and its exposure to Detroit's bankruptcy has been overstated.
The demand for storage is greater than ever due to increased regulatory requirements and internet usage, which is why EMC remains a stock worth owning.
The Prudential Short Duration High Yield fund is worth buying because its a closed end fund that trades at a steep dividend.
Branding giants like P&G, Unilever and Colgate are not connecting with younger consumers because the decision makers at these massive companies are products of a different generation.
Array is partnering with AstraZeneca and Novartis on a number of cancer drugs with trials soon getting underway that could transform the company by year end.
Tiffany may sell expensive jewelry, but its shares are reasonably priced when using an EVA valuation, says James Abate, portfolio manager for the Centre American Select Equity Fund.