Hold tight for higher volatility ahead. That's the message from market pundits, who warn that several factors will lead to greater equity volatility in 2014.
Market entry points are critical as the S&P 500 hit a record on Monday, strategists warn, with several predicting a pullback this year amid tighter monetary policy.
Solar stocks are the only standout amid an otherwise lackluster outlook for energy companies, as fund managers warn to hold fire before attempting to ride the so-called energy revolution.
The Toronto-based wealth management and securities company helped aspiring pot grower Enertopia raise over a million dollars but, upon being informed by TheStreet that it had been credited in a regulatory filing, Canaccord wasn't feeling the vibes.
A bad U.S. winter is weighing on share market sentiment, skewing economic data so investors struggle to gauge the true strength of the domestic economy.
The severe weather will depress GDP, jobs and other indicators making a volatile 2014 even choppier. Here are some practical steps equity investors should take to beat the winter blues.
Financial Coach Ashley M. Fox, 25, gives tips on how to empower yourself to achieve your financial goals.
After a 57% return last year, Japan has taken a beating in 2014. But several fund managers say the correction may only be temporary, before the next leg-up for Japanese stocks.
The top performing stocks and sectors for January reflect a backdrop of investor sentiment torn between global risk aversion and strengthening domestic growth.
Jim Cunnane, co-manager of the five-star, Advisory Research MLP & Energy Income Fund says energy infrastructure remains one of the safest growth stories today.
Fund managers warn of further turmoil for global equity markets after the Federal Reserve cut its stimulus program for a second time on Wednesday, squeezing the supply of 'easy money' to indebted emerging economies.
US markets will ultimately benefit from the emerging markets rout that underpinned global equity losses for a third day on Monday, fund managers say.
Blogger and investor John Hempton thinks self-loathing is an 'occupational hazard' for hedge fund managers.
A move away from consumer discretionary stocks and into technology and utilities over the past few weeks lends telling insight into sentiment, fund managers say.
Chinese stocks listed on U.S. exchanges present interesting opportunity: they trade at a 42% discount to S&P 500 against a backdrop where fears of a hard landing for the world's second largest economy are largely obsolete.
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