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As the Dow nears 18,000, our guest says he still finds value in this market.
Our Market Monitor says investors should expect more near-term volatility in the oil market.
Tonight’s Market Monitor guest weighs in on what Europe and China’s central bank moves will mean for the U.S.
Our Market Monitor guest says it’s never too early to be thinking about stocks that will do well in a rising interest rate environment.
Our Market Monitor has a few stock picks he thinks could gain 20-percent in the next year.
Our Market Monitor guest is betting big on the U.S. consumer and he has three picks for your portfolio.
Our Market Monitor guest has energy stock picks he says are direct beneficiaries of the U.S. energy renaissance.
Looking for steady-eddie stocks to buy and hold in this volatile market? Our Market Monitor guest has a list of recommendations.
Our Market Monitor guest has a list of stocks he says can help you find stability in this uncertain market.
Our Market Monitor is recommending stocks that he says will do well as the economy and labor markets improve.
Tonight’s Market Monitor says investors need to be more selective when choosing stocks in today’s market.
Tonight’s Market Monitor says he isn’t looking to join the frenzy over Alibaba’s IPO.
Looking to invest in dividend stocks for the long haul? Our Market Monitor has a list of stocks you may want to consider buying for your portfolio.
Our Market Monitor is a classic stock picker who like companies that put shareholders first. He’s Ed Perks, Portfolio Manager for the $97 billion Franklin Income Fund, a unit of Franklin Templeton Investments. The fund is up 9.5 percent for far this year.
Tonight’s Market Monitor tells us why small cap stocks are the big shots in this market.