Substantial losses in European markets have created compelling opportunities for long-term investors.
The ECB's ultimate responsibility is to itself and its own solvency.
There are enough people out there who think that the ECB can be like the Fed.
A good start would be a cross-border deposit insurance scheme to stabilize Spain's bank deposits.
Politicians are standing in the way of the growth that can propel stocks higher.
Nestle, with its fortress-like balance sheet, also offers a backdoor way in to the Swiss franc.
Europeans are starting to realize that economic recovery starts with monetary easing.
European real estate and exports would benefit, and tourists could provide an added boost.
Sovereign wealth funds let time, the business cycle and Mr. Market work on their side.
How is Europe's response to its debt problem relevant to U.S. investors?
The reversal in metals today doesn't bode well for my copper short. If copper couldn't fall while gold and silver were p...
I like the action in Newmont Mining this morning. The stock has rebounded nicely off the early lows and is now up ...
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