The best protection against flawed products, bizarre investing strategies and the Bernie Madoffs of the world is common sense.
Any politician speaking on the economy needs to be taken with a grain of salt.
The Catalan regional election in Spain next month bears watching, but it's unlikely to be as critical for the eurozone as some think.
Investors must look beyond the contradictory things politicians say when making decisions.
Why is bailed-out Ireland attracting new investors? For one thing, it's not Spain.
People concerned about a Chinese hard landing are likely missing this year's full story.
Here is Fisher Investments' take on the top questions investors are likely to be pondering for the rest of 2012.
Many EU officials think they're the best bet for preserving the euro. But are they?
Regardless of the victor in November, history suggests a fine outcome for stocks.
We don't anticipate a sharp rebound in housing, but that may not matter, as the sector lacks the power to hamper the ongoing economic expansion.