Memories of the financial crisis loom larger if you're older.
Valuation metrics support the case for a sustained market rally. While supportive factors abound, the unanimity of optimism may give some value investors pause.
The cruise line company may have finally righted its ship.
High-profile companies have announced IPOs recently, defying the adage that low-quality companies seek IPOs in the tail end of a bull market.
Carl Icahn, as his op-ed last week in the The Wall Street Journal shows, is a kindred spirit to the corporate raiders and LBO artists of the 1980s who shook up complacent boards.
Limited chances for consolidation and negative same-store growth have left casino companies behind the eight ball, while investors may find themselves rolling snake eyes.
By listening to analysts, small investors can become informed enough to understand the market forces that move the stocks they own.
If it can build new casinos in Massachusetts and Maryland, the Las Vegas company might emerge with an enviable gaming presence on the eastern U.S. seaboard.