The Nikkei's tumble shouldn't have surprised anyone.
Continue to take trades in this environment.
Here's the state of play of the immigration bill and tobacco regulations.
QE is not stimulus, and a 'tapering' will not lead to rising interest rates.
The market has me worried, so get positioned to survive.
The home furnishings retailer is up over 2% and is within pennies of its earlier May peak.
Investors see value in Hewlett-Packard and growth in ChannelAdvisor.
And falling into the Gap.
Ultra Petroleum trades like a ready candidate to run.
The Nikkei 225 is the canary in the coalmine.
The person who pays less always comes out on top, whether by achieving higher gains or having a smaller loss.
While the S&P 500 struggles with a key level, this stock is in a firm uptrend.
The stocks are already attractive, and the companies are making shareholder-friendly moves.
Headlines, pundits and Captain Hindsight.
Slow-and-steady is the way to attaining financial security.
Still, the short sellers know not to press their luck.
I'm not willing to bet H-P can reinvent itself and keep shares climbing.
You should be tapering your portfolio by writing calls against long stock positions.
Look for any stocks flashing these technical qualities, then wait for your trigger.
Trying to put a percentage number on a correction is perilous.