It may be time to move money out of some industries and into others, but which stocks to choose?
Earnings and recent data out of the US, Europe and China indicate a slowdown.
The only truly inexpensive areas are tech, industrial and finance -- and they all remain despised.
The only explanation for recent stock action is market players following others blindly. The bulls just have to hope analysts don't think this is National Lemming Week.
This basic relationship has little to do with prices in the past few years. So what does?
UK employment data came in weaker than expected as investors also begin to worry about the effects of central banks easing measures.
Opponents argue that exporting the fossil fuel puts the manufacturing renaissance at risk.
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