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Debt defaults, credit downgrades, and the end of quantitative easing are a toxic mixture for a lower U.S. dollar and higher interest rates. Investing Daily's very own mutual fund expert Ben Shepherd offers up two bond funds that help protect your investment capital in today's precarious financial environment.
Investing Daily's top investment advisors analyze the current budget impasse in Washington and provide actionable advice on how to guard your portfolio from the unthinkable: a U.S. debt default or credit downgrade.
Hail the new kings of debt! With the August 2nd debt ceiling deadline approaching and politicians in Washington clueless, the free market is taking matters into its own hands. Several investment-grade corporate bonds are now better credits than the U.S. government.
A U.S. task force just released a report confirming the safety of U.S. nuclear power plants. This is good news for nuclear power-related stocks.
Last week, the U.S. stock market rose for the third time in four weeks, including its largest one-day gain since March. Companies involved in M&A are leading the way up. One stock market that is rising even more: Canada. The reason for Canada's outperformance is simple: the soundest banking system in the world and a federal govenrment that lives within its means.
The U.S. political process over budget deficits has broken down in Washington and the result is that Standard & Poor's is getting perilously close to downgrading U.S. sovereign debt for the first time since credit ratings were established in 1917. What a disgrace for us all.
Larry Seruma, portfolio manager of the Nile Pan Africa Fund (NAFAX), offers up some promising investment ideas in the dark continent.
Real estate listings site Zillow (NasdaqGM: Z) has doubled in its first day of trading, but buyers beware. Most IPOs don't go up much after this first-day pop.
According to the Dow Theory, the overall stock market has no momentum and isn't going anywhere fast. But that doesn't mean that select stocks aren't ready to shoot higher. Read on to find seven stocks shooting higher.
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