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And investors should follow them into battle.
Why is there so much worry over whether Greece will exit the EU? That's a good question.
Wealth managers have to sift through the positive and negative headlines to give clients what they need, not what they want.
In predictions for 2014, whether on interest rates, equity markets, or oil prices, the general consensus was inaccurate. Let's delve into today's consensus and explore some alternative themes for 2015.
Oil prices have collapsed, and there seems to be no end in sight. For investors wondering what to do now, it's helpful to look at what's happened.
Here's a short timeline on how oil fell so fast and who the winners and losers are.
When markets hop on an emotional roller coaster, expect anxiety, denial, fear, desperation, panic and capitulation.
Margin pressures on the banking industry as a whole may make for some unexpected turbulence at JPMorgan, Wells Fargo and Citigroup.
There may be a couple of ways to profit from the strengthening greenback, one of which is to simply buy it.
Pipeline giant's consolidation boosts stocks of four units, offering chance to lock in profits