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By Michael Lombardi
Austerity measures have come to Europe—why they will happen in American next.
By George Leong
The upward move of the retail sector is impressive given the constraints. George senses that retailers are just more efficient as far as production and inventory.
By George Leong
The strength in stocks has some of us by surprise, but now the outlook looks better and bullish on the charts if the gains can hold.
By George Leong
Why Asian equities have been the worst-performing markets year to date, while U.S. markets ranked amongst the top performers.
By George Leong
What you can learn from the mistakes that George's friend made with his investment portfolio.
By Mitchell Clark
News so far from the big financial institutions is encouraging, but that doesn't mean you can ignore the high investment risk out there.
By profitconfidential
BlackRock bought the stock…lots of it.The smart money over at Barclays bought it too, big-time.Institutions (the ones I like to call the “real smart money”) like this stock so much, they own 69.9%.
By George Leong
It's looking like stocks may waver as we continue into the traditionally slower summer trading months. Without leadership, markets may stall.The investment strategy George suggests to help you generate some premium income.
By Mitchell Clark
The stock market is being very clear about how it feels about the current state of things—it isn’t very happy at all.
By George Leong
George has been involved in the markets for over 20 years. The last thing you want to happen to you is to trade sloppily and lose your tradable capital.But guess what? You can avoid this by following some simple strategies.
By George Leong
George's technical view on the market this week, including how stocks are looking good after a break at the 50-day moving average.
By Profit Confidential
Profit Confidential Review is primarily focused on investing in stocks, real estate, investing in gold, currencies, interest rate predictions and economic analysis.
By George Leong
China was the party capital of investment growth in 2009; but in 2010 and so far in 2011, it’s turning out to be quite the opposite as far as performance goes. However, in the long term, China still thinks it's a potentially very rewarding bet.
By George Leong
The country of Greece has produced some astounding mathematicians, scientists, philosophers, and other intellectuals in its long history, but managing finances does not appear to be a strong point for this country.
By George Leong
George delves into recent sales readings and why the retail sector is still a major sore spot for the U.S. economy.
By George Leong
George takes a technical look at the stock market by reviewing the recent chart action.
By Mitchell Clark
Mitchell's view on how the stock market downgrade makes next quarter's earnings story that much more attractive, and how the more famous investors, hedge-fund managers, and financial analysts are dealing with investing in the current market.
By George Leong
Stocks are heading lower, the charts look ominous. While many of you may be looking to buy stocks right now, make sure you don't get pulled in by a sucker's rally.
By Mitchell Clark
In a period of slow economic growth, dividends from equity investments are a big deal. In fact, dividends might be the single most important contributor to equity returns over the next several years.
By George Leong
What you need to know about the Chinese travel industry and some examples of stocks you would want to include in your investment portfolio.
By Mitchell Clark
Things aren't looking good for most stocks at the moment. But Mitchell can tell you what the best buys in the market are right now.
By George Leong
Why stocks are seeing red right now and what you should be doing with your investment portfolio.
By George Leong
April was a record for stocks. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for May, which has been characterized by uncertainty and a lean towards the downside. What's going on and what's George's investment advice right now?
By Mitchell Clark
The European sovereign debt issue remains a shadow over the economy and markets. It could take years for the problem to actually go away. So what is the investment strategy you can use now that pays off better over time?
By Michael Lombardi
Two news items this morning I want my readers to be aware of as we start June… The New York-based Conference Board’s index of consumer confidence fell “unexpectedly” in May to a six-month low.
By Anthony Jasanksy, P. Eng.
Just as the Federal Reserve is winding down its $600-billion QE2 monetary stimulus program, the latest releases of U.S. financial data increasingly point to another slowdown in the American and global economies.
By Michael Lombardi
Gold prices usually travel in the opposite direction of the U.S. dollar trend. If the greenback is rising in value against a basket of other major world currencies, the price of gold has historically declined.
By George Leong
Times continue to be difficult for Japan, which had been the second-largest economy in the world prior to being surpassed by China in 2010. Find out what Japanese stocks George continues to like.
By George Leong
The reality is that if you are looking for that extra edge for your portfolio, you need to add foreign stocks. While stocks in the U.S. are doing fine so far in 2011, you need to also watch for stocks in the emerging markets.
By Profit Confidential
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