The death of the terrorist mastermind is a plus for the US and the world, while China's manufacturing slowdown means good things for stocks.
Kinder Morgan Energy remains the safest play on domestic fuel shipping, and it stands to gain more if Washington wakes up to the abundance of natural gas in this country.
By allowing David Sokol to frame the Lubrizol discussion, Warren Buffett tacitly endorsed his actions.
People across the country are worried and financially exhausted, and while many have no idea what the Fed chief does, they trust him more than either political party.
The yellow metal needs to be part of any portfolio. But if you already own some, stand pat for now.
The Fed chief may not have everything figured out, but after 2 years of great stewardship, he deserves the benefit of the doubt.
We're in an absurdist moment now as the market swings too far against everything.
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