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Don’t buy the chorus of "This time is different."
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The average yield for the favored 15 is 3.7%, exceeding both the S&P 500 and the bellwether 10-year Treasury note.
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While the GND was killed in Congress, the long-term outlook for the economy and stock market alike is green
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These tired clichés still have value, especially for long-term buy-and-holders
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Historically high stock valuations and murky economic data point to a mean reversion. Here's how to prepare for whenever the ax falls.
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Our favorite stocks for dividend income are rebounding well after the 2018 correction.
The mega-retailer's fourth-quarter results show strong brick-and-mortar performance, still-explosive e-commerce expansion
Even the most basic knowledge of stock charts can help you make better investing decisions
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This technical indicator can help predict where stocks are headed.
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Investors wonder if it’s sink or swim for stocks. Our take: time to bottom-fish.
Do you fear a bear market? Here’s how to handle your portfolio when ‘staying the course’ isn't enough.
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An ominous event in the S&P 500 likely will happen soon, but reports of the market’s death are exaggerated
Several headwinds could push back on Santa’s sleigh this year. Make sure your portfolio is ready.
The 50% Club is littered with many battered companies ... a few of which may be worth buying
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This wonky technical indicator is in the news, but don’t worry about it.
The utility sector continues to climb despite rising interest rates. Older income investors, in particular, should take note.
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