Lipper Insight at Thomson Reuters - Seeking Alpha - Sat Apr 18, 2:25AM CDT
By Tom Roseen U.S. stocks advanced for the week ended Wednesday, April 15, 2015, despite trepidations of a lower-than-expected first quarter earnings season, a decline in the Empire State manufacturing index - which indicated a slowdown in economic... (full story)
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Few understand how to value gold, and even fewer understand that gold is not really an investment — it is money. Jim Rickards illustrates this point further and gives you... (full story)
Low volatility ETFs, which have gained immense popularity in recent years, have been losing their appeal since the last couple of months despite the prevalent volatility. Investors are flocking to high-risk securities given an improving U.S. economy,... (full story)
By Ron DeLegge Some of us got started late at saving and investing for retirement. And while the financial services industry enjoys browbeating people who lack discipline, got distracted or got into trouble and temporarily paused saving money, I... (full story)
Amid renewed concerns about Greece’s fate as a member of the Eurozone and China’s plan to expand short-selling, U.S. stocks careened Friday with the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq Composite all down more than 1% just minutes... (full story)
Here is a look at the 25 best and 25 worst ETFs from the past trading week. Traders can use this list to find prospective candidates that have deviated too far from their longer-term trends, thereby serving as potential starting points for those... (full story)
On a down day for U.S. stocks, even the latest rumor of a mega pharmaceuticals deal is proving ineffective in propping up exchange traded funds tracking the industry.
Multiple media outlets are reporting that Israeli generic drug giant Teva... (full story)