For better or worse, QE-style stimulus will encourage global investors to add European stocks to their portfolios.
With share prices rising much faster than corporate earnings or sales, now is the time to tilt your U.S. stock ETFs towards value.
U.S. stocks may not be cruising for a bruising but they are not poised to skyrocket either.
Why are former high-flyers falling like lead zeppelins from the sky? Early bird investors started paying attention to value at more reasonable prices.
Are there places investors may tread where the trends are still favorable and the value is identifiable?
The debt markets may not tell us anything about the possibility of an economic slowdown, but they do say something about fear and greed.
Apple increased its stock buyback program by 50% and raised its dividend by 8%. Are other tech companies increasing the cash that they earn to shareholders? You bet!
Natural gas, energy infrastructure, oil equipment, "fracking," energy production -- sub-sector energy ETFs have been rocketing higher. How long can it last?
Some think the S&P 500 is poised for an additional 20% in 2014 based on a rotation from bonds into stocks. Here's why they're wrong.
If investors want to see price gains in their portfolios, they will need to broaden their horizons by looking at overseas opportunities.