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Stocks to Watch

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Taking Emotion Out of Investing

As Investing Daily Editorial Director Robert Frick discussed with me last week, investors often do the wrong thing—not because they’re dumb or ill-informed, but because our brains aren’t wired for investing. Making money in the markets can happen in many different ways, but every path to profits has a common element: taking emotion out of […]

Bad Week for Banks

Lots of folks think global bankers got off easy after the financial crisis.But this week the tide started to turn.Deutsche Bank, one of the world’s most powerful financial institutions, is under all sorts of pressure, and that could have serious repercussions for Europe’s already troubled economy. The shares took a hit this week after reports […]

Redeye to the Red Planet

Did you see what Elon Musk is up to now?Musk made billions as an early investor and CEO of PayPal. He parlayed that fortune into Tesla, SpaceX and SolarCity – each an ambitious attempt to revolutionize an industry (cars, space travel and energy). He’s done remarkable work in all three areas.And this week, he announced […]

OPEC Acts, Yellen Speaks and an Intoxicating IPO

  Seems like the 1970s all over again. OPEC ministers meeting in Algiers cut a deal to limit production starting in November. The last time OPEC showed this kind of discipline, Jimmy Carter was president and Donald Trump was still partying at Studio 54. Crude oil prices rallied nearly 4% on the news, and the […]

Turn Mind Games Into Mind Gains

We know a lot more about investing than we did 30 years ago.   I’m not talking about supercomputers, sophisticated algorithms or breaking down “big data.” No, the calculations that we’ve learned more about happen inside each investor’s mind.   Neuroscience and psychology have taught us that human beings aren’t hard-wired to be good investors. […]

Questions They Should Ask Tonight, But Won’t

Tonight’s presidential debate is expected to garner a Super Bowl-sized television audience – as it should. Our economy remains fragile, and we’re all hoping some new leadership will kick start our economy – and our investments.But sadly, tonight’s show will not only rival a major sports event in viewership, it’s likely to be presented like […]

An Offer the Fed Refused

Have you ever been to a movie that’s been hyped for months … and then it’s a dud? I have. That’s what this week felt like for U.S. stocks. The buildup to the Federal Reserve’s announcement (and several other key economic and earnings reports*) turned out to be much ado about nothing. As of midday […]

Small Steps to Great Wealth

Most Americans are broke.A recent Federal Reserve Board study found that 46% of Americans said they didn’t have enough in savings to cover a $400 emergency expense.A new survey by found that close to half of Americans who make $100,000 to $149,999 a year have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts – and about […]

The Fed Stands Pat

After months of anticipation, mixed signals and several million perceptive predictions by professional prognosticators, the Fed today announced that it will do nothing.The Federal Open Market Committee said it would keep short-term interest rates unchanged, despite a relatively optimistic outlook on economic growth. The FOMC statement, released this afternoon, said “the case for an increase […]

We’ll Cross That Bridge When We…

The New York Times took an in-depth look at infrastructure yesterday — and the editors are bullish. Part of the reason is politics. Democratic presidential candidates usually favor more spending on infrastructure, appealing to their union base. But this year, the Republican candidate seems to agree. Clinton and Trump both advocate a massive infrastructure program […]

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