Best Stock Advice

Best Stock Advice

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The fact that consumer spending has not tanked in spite of unemployment being at over nine percent and expected to stay around this level through 2012, and continued weakness in housing is encouraging. When consumers are cautious, they tend to…

I must admit the fact that consumers continue to spend despite any strong or sustained job growth and continued weakness in housing is encouraging. With consumer spending accounting for two-thirds of GDP, retail sales will eventually be stronger when the…

This is not a market for the risk-adverse. Watching the key stock indices plummet over 10% in less than a week is scary and nerve-wracking. But the world is not ending. That I can say. My best investment advice at…

My commentary today is dedicated solely to the stock market. Many of my readers are obviously invested in stocks and are concerned over last week’s volatility. Let’s start with the general consensus… Whatever I read this weekend, the message was…

— reporting from Rome, Italy Does America want members of the 17 eurozone countries to go bankrupt one by one? If only a few went under, the American currency would win the currency wars and reaffirm itself as the reserve…

Today’s commentary is directed to: (1) my readers who have not invested in gold; and (2) my readers who have invested in gold—yes, all my readers. First, to my gold bug followers… The price of gold bullion continues to hit…

Consumer spending drives the economy and gross domestic product (GDP) growth, accounting for about 70% of GDP in the U.S. The retail sector has been rebounding in spite of the lack of jobs and the declining home prices. The S&P…

So far, even without strong job growth and with continued weakness in housing, consumers continue to spend, which is helping to drive the economic renewal, albeit sluggishly. This is positive and clearly encouraging once the jobs and housing areas improve.…

As of late, I’ve been expressing my concern about inflation, how I believe our overly generous monetary policies of the past two years and other factors would give rise to sudden and unexpected inflation in America. Inflation, as you know,…

The key in China will be the rapid growth of the country’s middle class. In a recent research finding, Credit Suisse predicted that the household wealth in China will double to $35.0 trillion by around 2015 based on achieving sustainable…

Exactly two years ago today, at the depth of a severe recession not seen since the Great Depression, a bear market rally in stocks was born. Hard to believe, but two years ago, on March 9, 2009, the Dow Jones…

“Global investors flooding into equities… After the financial crisis made stocks a scary alternative, the fear has subsided and the trickling flow of cash has turned into a torrent,” reads the headline in Thursday’s The Globe and Mail (Toronto, 2/17/11).…

I have a real sense that this decade will be characterized as the decade of the commodity. The real resource. The real goods. Right now, we have across-the-board price strength in precious metals (not just gold and silver, but a…

Small-cap stocks were the winners last year, which is not a big surprise, as small companies tend to perform better when the economy’s recovering from a recession. This is a fact. So far this year, the small-cap Russell 2000 is…