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Five Signs the Rally Is On Hold
Five Signs the Rally Is On Hold

02/25/13 - 08:51 AM EST

Last week's pause/drop in stocks was relatively mild and shallow as far as these things go and it was also the most anticipated pullback in history.

T.I.N.A. (or the Seller's Dilemma)
T.I.N.A. (or the Seller's Dilemma)

02/05/13 - 01:00 PM EST

Most portfolio managers have no alternative to stocks, no matter how overpriced they feel they are.

Why Energy Stocks Led in January
Why Energy Stocks Led in January

01/31/13 - 01:54 PM EST

Too soon to say if or when this will truly come to pass, but both oil and her related equities are staging quite a dress rehearsal for a rally.

Everything Dies, Baby -- That's a Fact (7 Lessons From Apple)

Joshua Brown, The Reformed Broker, reflects on the rise and fall of Apple -- and the lessons we can learn as investors.

Debunking the Buffett Debunkers
Debunking the Buffett Debunkers

01/14/13 - 12:15 PM EST

How is it possible, in fifty years, that tens of thousands of investors haven't come along and attempted to do exactly what Buffett has done?

There Is No Pain You Are Receiving...
There Is No Pain You Are Receiving...

01/07/13 - 12:18 PM EST

The market has become comfortably numb to negative headlines or the virtual certainty that negative headlines are on the near-term horizon.

Two-Word Investment Outlooks
Two-Word Investment Outlooks

01/03/13 - 09:21 AM EST

What's the investment outlook for 2013? Here's a guess.

Garbage Time
Garbage Time

12/26/12 - 09:03 AM EST

Tomorrow begins the period of the trading year we refer to as Garbage Time. It can be fun to watch that handful of sub-5 dollar tech stocks and Chinese microcaps get run up into year-end.

Kicking a Beehive
Kicking a Beehive

12/18/12 - 12:53 PM EST

The Vix, the most widely followed measure of volatility, hasn't seen a print above 20 in almost six months.

Silly Season Begins!
Silly Season Begins!

12/10/12 - 11:34 AM EST

It's that time of year when everyone makes their S&P forecast.

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