Unless we have a severe recession, many of the stocks you see in free fall will be higher a year from now.
Fight your instinct to call something big. Wait until the major indexes fall 2% to 3% before taking out your shopping list.
Look to high-growth names as an indicator -- and the safest of the safe dividend stocks.
It's OK for executives to sound off against the government -- if they deliver the goods regardless.
Between the terrible data on housing, autos and retail sales and the near financial death of the US, it's no wonder we're hurting.
Try as I might, I simply can't be as bearish as everyone else is right now.
Sell your debt-resolution plays and focus on stocks that won't be derailed by a US default.
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Jeremy Siegel is still optimistic about stocks, saying the US economy is the best in the world. Still, he says, we're getting closer to fair values.
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