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Dow Utilities Hitting All-Time High Can Precede Recession -- But Not Always

Dow Utilities Hitting All-Time High Can Precede Recession -- But Not Always

The past several recessions have been preceded by all-time highs in utilities. But it's not a sure signal.

Why Fed's Powell Couldn't Save U.S. Stocks -- How to Invest Going Forward

Why Fed's Powell Couldn't Save U.S. Stocks -- How to Invest Going Forward

The net effect of all current developments on stocks is currently seen as negative. Here's how to act moving forward.

What's the Difference Between Monetary and Fiscal Policy?

What's the Difference Between Monetary and Fiscal Policy?

It's all about interest rates and taxes for people and businesses.

Inside China's Latest $75 Billion Tariff Threat - How We Got Here

Inside China's Latest $75 Billion Tariff Threat - How We Got Here

Here's a look back at the last month of the trade punches thrown, and a look forward at what to watch now.

How Jerome Powell's Jackson Hole Speech Could Impact Stocks and Bonds

How Jerome Powell's Jackson Hole Speech Could Impact Stocks and Bonds

The market wants its rate cuts. For Friday, it wants Powell not to indicate anything to the contrary. Here's what could happen if the Fed Chair fails to deliver.

Dividend Stocks Emerging as Winners With Stocks Rising, Treasury Yields Low

Dividend Stocks Emerging as Winners With Stocks Rising, Treasury Yields Low

Stocks are getting very risky again, and Treasury yields aren't very exciting. Here's where to find premium value.

Stocks, Treasury Prices Are Way Up in 2019 -- So Where Do Investors Go Now?

Stocks, Treasury Prices Are Way Up in 2019 -- So Where Do Investors Go Now?

Here's how to find stocks that can go higher, and know which funds to pick, as told by a veteran asset allocator.

Trump Administration Mulling Tax Cuts to Boost the Economy

Trump Administration Mulling Tax Cuts to Boost the Economy

The president's team is looking at cutting payroll taxes and indexing capital-gains taxes.

Risk in the Market Is Rising -- Are BP, Chevron, Occidental Rare Bargains?

Risk in the Market Is Rising -- Are BP, Chevron, Occidental Rare Bargains?

It's all about the direction of crude oil prices. See how.

Inverted-Yield Curve Need Not Cause Panic

Inverted-Yield Curve Need Not Cause Panic

Recessions are a natural part of a growing economy and sometimes driven by fear as much as anything -- so let's pick apart news of the inverted-yield curve to see what all of last week's hype was about.