Put another way, how long should you hold onto the extreme winners that have treated you so well?
Not everyone is as bullish as Jim Cramer. Here are some ETFs to consider when prices finally come down.
Here are three moves to lower your ETF portfolio's risk while maintaining a desirable level of reward.
Why? It's the pressure these investors face putting cash to work.
You might want to steer clear of excessive exposure to Asia-Pacific currencies where central bankers are determined to knock them down several pegs.
The Fed chairman obviously hopes an addiction to monetary stimulus will soon transition into a self-sustaining recovery.
Is the professor incorrect when he asserts that high-yield bonds are dramatically overpriced? Not if one looks at high-yield bonds in a vacuum.
Although frontier markets may seem appealing, the best risk-adjusted rewards are likely to come from less volatile noncyclicals in the emerging markets.
The best portfolio moves over the coming half-year period will involve both growth and income.
A trader may be wise to gamble on the high probability of a correction by selling a large percentage of risky assets here, near the all-time market peak.