What follows is our weekly wrap with links to Money and Markets newsletters’ articles.
Following the Fed’s decision to begin tapering its QE program, some analysts now expect interest rates to rise. Larry Edelson believes this trend could create many profit opportunities, which not all investors will be able to notice.
The past week Charles Goyette’s conversation with Ron Paul centered on Iraq and U.S. foreign policy. Paul argues we shouldn’t be the policemen of the world or seek to run a world empire.
The latest employment report was terrible news for the economy. Douglas Davenport used his technical-analytical approach to find out what it could mean for the future of the U.S. dollar, commodity prices and gold in particular.
Bill Hall encouraged his readers to consider investing in business development companies. In his article he described the risks and opportunities savvy investors should be aware of.
Don Lucek shared how he picks the cream of the crop from the retail sector, using the Weiss Ratings Model. In addition, he cited a few buy-rated stocks that could be attractive for investors.
In his weekly column Mike Burnick took a closer look at the ways investors can get payback on their investments and where to look for stocks with the greatest potential.
Analyzing the current situation in the euro zone, J.R. Crooks says investors should monitor the external events that can’t be managed by euro-zone policy makers. Amid positive news out of Europe, there are still reasons for concern.
Mike Larson concluded the week by answering questions about interest rates that investors might have. And he gave his prescription for investment success.
The Money and Markets team