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This is the one leading economic indicator stock investors should follow

The U.S. stock market is itself a forward-looking instrument.
This is the one leading economic indicator stock investors should follow

This respected market-timing model just flashed a bullish four-year outlook for stocks

Value Line survey sees 8% annualized returns between now and April 2024, writes Mark Hulbert.
This respected market-timing model just flashed a bullish four-year outlook for stocks

These beaten-down stocks should be big gainers, but investors aren’t in a bargain-hunting mood

Value strategy continues to lag in a market where earnings growth is scarce, writes Mark Hulbert.
These beaten-down stocks should be big gainers, but investors aren’t in a bargain-hunting mood

How to turn the S&P 500 into a bond

Taking another look at Fixed Index Annuities
How to turn the S&P 500 into a bond

One $1,200 stimulus check won’t cut it. Give Americans $2,000 a month tax-free to fire up the economy

Ohio Rep. Ryan: Emergency Money for the People Act covers what the CARES Act missed.
One $1,200 stimulus check won’t cut it. Give Americans $2,000 a month tax-free to fire up the economy

Coronavirus will make America’s cities feel the pressure of pension debt

Insolvent pension plans could drag some cities into bankruptcy
Coronavirus will make America’s cities feel the pressure of pension debt

The Fed should not be bailing out the underfunded pensions of cities and states

Expand the purchase of Main Street loans; limit the purchase of government loans.
The Fed should not be bailing out the underfunded pensions of cities and states

A loyalty program for mutual funds? Fidelity tries something new

A new offering from Fidelity Investments inhabits a gray areas amid the market shift, and suggests that there’s more life left in the mutual fund space than ETF-watchers might realize.
A loyalty program for mutual funds? Fidelity tries something new

Will mutual funds get a second wind… as ETFs?

ETF industry veterans expect to see mutual funds convert their structure to what they consider a superior “wrapper” for asset management.
Will mutual funds get a second wind… as ETFs?

Nasdaq says tech companies will soar this earnings season

Tal Cohen, head of North American markets at the Nasdaq, discusses the resiliency of major tech companies amid a volatile earnings season.
Nasdaq says tech companies will soar this earnings season

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