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By Ginger Szala | May 24, 2013
June Editor's Note from Ginger Szala.
By Bill Downey | April 15, 2013
A successful ambush usually involves surprise. And the surprise requires a carefully orchestrated setup. So now let’s get a look at how the crash was prepared.
By Bill Gross | April 3, 2013
Investors should be judged on their ability to adapt to different epochs, not cycles. An epoch may be 40-50 years in time, perhaps longer.
By Jeff Greenblatt | February 11, 2013
You can't keep a good man -- or a good market -- down, and stock indexes keep powering higher despite technical corrections.
By Jeff Greenblatt | December 3, 2012
Political bickering and the resulting roller coaster price action is keeping the public’s money on the sidelines. What happens when the rumor mongering stops?
By Daniel P. Collins, Ginger Szala | December 1, 2012
One year after MF Global’s collapse, we corralled the heads of six brokerage firms to talk about industry challenges. ...all agree that restoring customer confidence is the top priority.
By Philip Burgert | December 1, 2012
With the fiscal cliff and other events on the horizon, interest rates are poised to move.
By Thomas Rollinger | December 1, 2012
Investing in managed futures can improve the overall risk profile of a portfolio far beyond what can be achieved with hedge funds alone.
By Phil Flynn | October 9, 2012
Stimulus from China vs. concerns about Europe is creating a tug-o-war across the commodity complex. WTI oil prices also seem to be losing their relationship to the Brent crude as Middle East tensions are heating up.
By Jeff Greenblatt | October 1, 2012
By blending sentiment and cycle analysis with technical analysis, a more complete picture of the market comes into focus.