Look before you leap, and review the status of the bull market. Here are the questions to ask.
It takes investors some time to believe there's a reason to bid stock prices above an important milestone like a 1,000-point.
The downside risk in terms of the Nasdaq is 21.8% by year end.
QQQ is adding the K-Cup maker back to its ranks.
These funds give you a big, low-cost dose of exposure to the stock.
Price-to-earnings multiples are going to get even more excessive as bond investors switch into the Russell 2000.
With the stock's pending inclusion in the NASDAQ 100, expect many exchange traded funds to add it to their holdings.
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After enjoying a smooth rise in stock prices since May, investors are about to be hit with another bout of volatility.
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