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If you were wondering when Cisco Systems would finally bottom, wonder no longer. The computer networker's fourth-quarter earnings report was good and things will only get better from here.
The Federal Reserve's announcement that it plans to keep short-term interest rates at zero for another two years means that some industries will do much better than others.
Financial turmoil in the United States and Western Europe makes investing in the relative tranquility of Asian emerging markets look very attractive by comparison.
S&P's downgrade of U.S. debt says more about the loss of bipartisanship between Republicans and Democrats than it does about the financial strength of the United States.
The stock market has declined fast and furious, but Jim thinks the downdraft has gone too far and that a strong rebound is in the offing.
Balanced mutual funds like Weitz Balanced hedge their bets with both stocks and bonds. A safety-first approach to investing makes sense in today's treacherous market environment.
The stock market is in decline and below its 200-day moving average. Safe, dividend-paying utility stocks are just what the doctor ordered.
The recent market sell-off has caused many stocks -- both good and bad -- to gap down and crater near 52-week lows. You can take a chance bottom fishing among the downfallen, or you can play it safe and buy solid energy-based master limited partnerships (MLPs).
With a U.S. debt default averted, why is the stock market selling off today? The reason is that the deficit-reduction cure may force the U.S. economy back into recession. High-growth emerging markets may be the better investment choice right now.
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.