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Portugal wasn't the center of last year's contagion fears but now it's out of the EU/IMF/ECB bailout and rebounding.
Investors have plenty to be optimistic about in this current market.
Once Congress compromises, the Treasury can issue as much debt as needed to repay those IOUs. So over time the impact on profits is slim to none.
Should global warming even be a factor in your stock-selection process? Yes, but not for the reasons you think.
Stock market investors have been overly focused -- and overly worried about -- the European Central Bank. Here's why.
QE isn't inflationary and gold isn't a reliable hedge against inflation.
Chinese authorities likely engineered the country's recent 'crisis' to rein in off-balance-sheet bank lending.
Higher mortgage rates could help housing markets sustain their run. And as sentiment improves, stocks could get a boost.
There's plenty of consumer demand out there. Now the economy needs the government and the Federal Reserve to step out of the way.
Here's why you shouldn't fear higher inflation from the U.S., U.K. and Japan's massive quantitative easing efforts.