Why Bogle and Buffett tell investors to ignore market noise
It’s a mistake to equate volatility with risk. Volatility is normal and should be utterly ignored.
What Dow 20,000 means for stock-market investors
What’s in a number anyway? That may be the question stock-market investors pose as the Dow Jones Industrial Average ends at the psychological milestone of 20,000.
Why stock-market investors shouldn’t fear the Fed right now
Turn your focus away from Brexit and back to the Fed.
Five Stock Market Indicators For 2019 You Should Ignore
As investors ponder what this year may hold in store for the markets, the inter-relationships between politics, economics, fiscal policy, monetary policy, and corporate actions can seem very complex. Investors may feel overwhelmed and seek a simple answer. When people feel there is a situation that is out of their control or is too complicated to analyze, they often fall back on rules of thumb to make decisions.
How Some Emerging-Market Investors Made Money
In a rough year for emerging markets, some of the most treacherous trades are starting to pay off.
Market Volatility: What Investors Should Know
U.S. stocks plunged Wednesday, as weak economic data rattled investors. Here’s what you should know.
How Long Can Central Bankers Ignore Bubbles?
No one ever said a central banker's life was easy. But the balancing act required to manage the tricky scenario of falling inflation and rocketing asset prices has many a policymaker sounding nervous, and with good cause.
How stock-market investors are playing stronger defense now than they did before the financial...
Perhaps the most optimistic indicator, currently suggesting a low-risk/high-reward stock market, is that most investors are behaving as though they expect troubled times, says Jim Paulsen of The Leuthold Group.
Michael Nairne: ‘The annual ritual of market prognostications generates more headlines than insights’
Why Greece’s Negotiators Can’t Afford to Ignore Spain Now
Time is running out for Greece. Its government needs to strike a deal with the country's creditors some time in the coming few days if Greece isn't to default on the next payment to the International Monetary Fund, due in early June.
The $100 trillion sleeper risk investors ignore
A $100 trillion risk to the global economy is being ignored by most investors. Does that include you?
Liz Weston: At What Age Can You Ignore Your Credit Score?
NEW YORK (AP) -- At some point, you'll buy your last car and refinance your last mortgage. Surely then you can stop worrying about your credit scores. Well, not really, although there are situations when credit scores shouldn't be anyone's main concern. Let's start with some reasons why credit scores still matter,
What the oldest market-timing system is telling stock investors
Despite equity indices near record highs, the Dow Theory remains bearish, says Mark Hulbert.
Why the stock market will soon favor value investing again
Four reasons why the switch to value stocks may have already started.
Yields are down, prices are up: What should bond investors do? (Schwab Market Snapshot 027)
Randy Frederick and Collin Martin discuss how the Fed’s cautious approach is working against investors who want to increase their fixed income allocations. C...
Why Young Investors Should Ignore the Market Jitters and Get in the Game
Even though there's plenty to worry about in today's rough stock market, young adults should invest in ETFs and mutual funds.
Why Investors Should Ignore Economists
Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve and inarguably one of the most important economists today, has publicly chided his fellow economic brethren for their inability to correctly forecast the future. “Economics is a highly sophisticated field of thought that is superb at explaining to policymakers
Why India can't ignore US sanctions on Iran
India Business News: While India has continued to trade with Iran during previous such sanctions, it has had to cut oil imports as the sanctions (that also prohibit transa
How to Invest When the Markets Are Volatile
Janney Montgomery Scott Chief Investment Strategist Mark Luschini discusses the U.S. markets, interest rates and where you invest when the markets are so volatile. He speaks to Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
Not on top of ESG investing? Don’t ignore it
If you're not familiar with how ESG investing works, it's time to start researching.