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The key is to find stocks that have been incorrectly priced by the market, such as these three.
Always consider international companies that are comparable to their U.S. counterparts to see if one or the other might give your portfolio an edge up on pure domestic plays.
It's mid-year: Here's one standout ETF, plus how to evaluate the others you hold (in addition to equities), to help you weather 2014.
Interest rates will rise and that's not a bad thing.
You can find high-quality, low-volatility, solid, dividend-paying international stocks on your 'home' exchange. Check out the ADR performance for Total, GlaxoSmtihKline, Sanofi and Royal Dutch Shell.
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.