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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.
Our Market Monitor says Janet Yellen’s comments at Jackson Hole should make investors more confident about buying stocks.
Our Market Monitor guest says we are in a “rip roaring bull market,” despite geopolitical concerns about Russia and Ukraine.
Why did the markets react the way they did on Friday? NBR’s Market Monitor breaks down the trading day.
Tonight’s Market Monitor is calling the recent selloff in the markets a “short lived retreat.”
Tonight’s Market Monitor says there are some large cap stocks that are cheap in this market.
Tonight’s Market Monitor guest says there are pockets of opportunity in the market right now, you just need to know where to look.
Tonight’s Market Monitor has one important word of advice for investors right now: diversify.
Tonight’s Market Monitor has his doubts about stocks going much higher for the rest of the year.
Our Market Monitor guest tonight is confident that the stock market still has more room to run and he favors value stocks over growth stocks.
Our Market Monitor guest tonight says investors are too worried about things everybody is worrying about, but not worried enough about the world’s less talked about risks.