Although the global macroeconomic picture is scary, the forces that drive stock prices higher are surprisingly reassuring. Now is the time to go against the crowd.
If lawmakers fail to raise the federal debt limit, no asset class will be safe, and panic will sweep the financial markets. Interest rates will spike and the economy will fall back into a recession.
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In a struggling market, stocks that provide regular payouts are emerging as a key to investing success — and a peaceful night’s sleep.
These defensive funds have track records of protecting investors from steep losses when broad indexes are plunging — without missing out on the rebound.
The nation’s largest underground coal mining company appears on an MSN Money list of stocks to watch this week.
Conventional wisdom would suggest China’s economy is heading for a painful landing. But the government will go to great lengths to avoid that — which creates a different set of problems.
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Investing experts share their insights on how to make money now — in the stock market, in bonds or in real estate.
Experts say the US economy is improving, but it’s hardly humming along. Bold, creative solutions to high unemployment and the trade deficit could get things back on track.
The purveyor of burgers is going upscale, treading on turf that the coffee titan has trolled for years. Which company will prevail? And what’s the effect on consumers?
From Greece to the US, in a world filled with money printing, there always seems to be a way to delay the day of reckoning. Plus: What lies ahead for the tech sector.