For most investors the market is not in a giving mood, but there is one stock that you will be thankful for in a few years if you buy it soon.
By Ian Wyatt | Sep 14, 2011
It's becoming increasingly likely that Greece will default on its current debt obligations. Germany just doesn't seem to have the will to continue with bailouts.
By Ian Wyatt | Sep 9, 2011
Now that an actual, much-needed, $450 billion American jobs bill is here, it will be interesting to see how it's treated in Congress.
By Ian Wyatt | Aug 29, 2011
For the U.S. economy to sink back into recession, or for corporate profits to make a meaningful decline, consumer spending must contract. It really is as simple as that.
And the simple fact is: the American consumer has been steadfast since the financial crisis.
We see the results of consumer confidence polls swing wildly. Respondents can be ecstatic one month, and despondent the next. The last University of Michigan survey showed the worst number since November of 2008.