We hope you've enjoyed the tail end of summer and the long weekend, because once the U.S. stock markets open on Tuesday, it'll be back to business.
Given the rise in beef and pork prices at the start of 2014, I was all bulled up on the shares of Pilgrim's Pride (PPC).
For the first time in history, the yield on the 30-year U.S. Treasury bond has fallen below the real GDP growth rate.
Earlier this week, I shared my renewed enthusiasm for poultry stocks Pilgirm's Pride (PPC) and Sanderson Farms (SAFM).
Burger King buying Tim Horton's will affect more than just SBUX.
RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace says homebuilder stocks have already bounced off their recent lows and the risk-to-reward ratio in playing them is improving.
Next week will be quiet on economic data, but earnings reports from banks like JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo as well as retailers Pier 1 Imports and Bed Bath & Beyond will be in the spotlight.
The first week of April will bring a slew of economic reports, including numbers on March auto sales.
Facebook shares have the potential to surge as it looks for ways to monetize Instagram.
As supermarket operators merge, it's time to consider the food chain.