Here are some questions you should be asking yourself, as an investor, now that we know the outcome.
Don't allow the election to soften your focus today.
Most investors are likely not ready for post-election trading.
The jobs number may have put us in a sweet spot: positive enough to justify a more bullish call, but not so hot as to stop QE3.
Unfortunately, it seems many investors have ignored these messages.
The market may be tempting you, but beware these multiple warning signs.
The Fed's efforts seem to have attained diminishing returns.
This Editor's Choice piece discusses the day ahead in the markets.
As housing recovers, the obvious stocks have run up. So Brian Sozzi and Debra Borchardt look at tool stocks as TheStreet hits the street in a construction zone.
Before you can get there, you have to be able to extract vital clues from the fluff.