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Market rallies can cause as much consternation as corrections and pullback if you don't understand their context.
There are no vast sums of cash on the sidelines. In fact, investors have a negative cash position.
Selecting the right exchange-traded funds will help the investor play defense in this environment.
The severe weather will depress GDP, jobs and other indicators making a volatile 2014 even choppier. Here are some practical steps equity investors should take to beat the winter blues.
When the market corrects by a few percentage points it's time to buy, not sell.
Investors face countless choices. Here's how we narrowed our list for 2014 to nine.
The minimum wage hasn't budged in years, but the underlying and intertwining issues are complex.
Consider the downside and risks in hybrids -- floating rate securities, step-up bonds and Treasury inflation protected securities.