It's hard not to be frustrated by volatility, but certain sectors could still be excellent buys.
If the market keeps rising, it could push nervous portfolio managers back into stocks...but you don’t need to wait to make sensible buys into these specific assets.
Funds tracking the German economy and consumer staples are among those in the spotlight as the eurozone debt crisis continues and the holiday shopping season hits high gear.
It could be a couple of weeks until we know the true effect of the latest US debt debate in the markets, but there are still no clear signs that a year-end rally has been written off.
The Aden sisters, resource specialists for 30 years, look at the prospects for stocks, bonds, gold & silver.
The precious metal may be building a base for the next rally, although folks who don't already own it may be best served by waiting a little longer.
A proper breakout could be on its way as early as next week. Watch for any pullback as a buying opportunity in these specific sectors.
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