Middle Eastern tensions might seem bullish for oil. But there are other factors to consider for commodities investors.
GDP figures, regional unemployment rates and a dovish ECB will provide headwinds for those bullish on assets backed by the euro.
Master limited partnerships provide infrastructure that is required to meet the needs of rising energy demands, and the MLPC ETF is positioned to benefit from the long-term scenarios that should continue to support the sector as a whole.
The S&P 500 is still trading at all-time highs. Consider these closed-end funds as value alternatives.
Small-caps are having a great run, but some stocks are best for growth exposure while others offer strong dividends.
Small-cap stocks still offer opportunities for stable, long-term growth, even with the massive rallies seen last year.
Business development companies offer some great dividend opportunities. But some of these yields are more sustainable than others.
The recent upturn in commodities suggests a potential bottom in oil and oil stocks.
Despite last year's evidence of economic progress, consumer debt levels and debt allocation still show warning signs.
The upside surges in the greenback this month should send some warning signals to investors watching inversely correlated assets.