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BMO Global's Ernesto Ramos likes AutoZone, Costco, McDonald's and Verizon.
Federal Reserve Chief Janet Yellen sounded awfully dovish in her views on further interest rate hikes last week and that's a good thing for dividend stocks.
Smart-beta funds fall somewhere between index and active management because they are rules-based.
Value has outperformed growth thus far in 2016, but don't expect that lead to last, especially for stocks like Celgene, Norwegian Cruise Line and Intuit.
The 200-day moving average of the Wilshire U.S. Large-Cap Total Return Index has traditionally been a reliable indicator of the direction stocks are trending.
Portfolio manager Michael Barclay likes Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Exxon Mobil and J.P. Morgan Chase.
With biotech stocks getting smashed in the stock market and big pharma getting hammered on the presidential campaign trail, generic drug stocks look awfully appealing.
Investors are looking for less volatility, safe yield and sectors set for growth. These four ETFs can help.
Bulldog Investors owns more than 8% of Nuveen Global Equity Income Fund and over 13% of the First Trust Dividend & Income Fund.
Thanks to diverging central bank policies, European stocks are currently a better relative value than their U.S. counterparts, said David Borden, managing partner of CCR Wealth.
David Ellison of Hennessy recommends four beaten-down bank stocks that look promising now.
European stocks are the focus of the Fidelity Overseas Fund. Its manager, Vincent Montemaggiore, tells TheStreet which international sectors look appealing for investors now.
'Tis the season for Amazon to shine as Cyber Monday and the holiday shopping season approach.
Portfolio Manager Edward Perkin is a big fan of Equity Residential, Sam Zell's apartment REIT.
Facebook shares are surging after its strong earnings report, but the social network isn't done growing, says Michael Sansoterra, portfolio manager at RidgeWorth.