What follows is the weekly Money and Markets wrap-up with links to articles written by its investment newsletter editors from Nov. 11-15.
Larry Edelson’s Monday column is a must-read if you’re an oil investor. According to him, more losses are coming, but then the commodity will soar again.
The European Central Bank recently cut interest rates. J.R. Crooks says Japan also will soon talk about a “prolonged period of low inflation,” as Europe has. Here is what to expect.
The Money and Markets team took a look at what happened to stocks when good news about the U.S. economy was reported. It’s surprising — look at this chart.
Douglas Davenport issued an update on what technicals say about what U.S. stocks will do next. He argues that stock-market bears may be ignoring one important detail about the last leg up.
When will QE stop? J.R. Crooks believes the Fed would taper quantitative easing only when Americans become fed up with the Fed.
In his column, Bill Hall showed one more sign that points to an inevitable drop in the U.S. stock market.
How do you pick the right stock? Choose the correct country first — here is a table that might help you make the right choice.
Money and Markets would like to introduce you to Don Lucek, our ratings expert, who will show you in coming weeks which industries are worth considering. If you want to learn more about the Ratings Model he uses and what it says about today’s stock market, click here.
Mike Burnick wrote the final article in his series Stock-Market Rally Watch. This time he took a closer look at a subjective but important indicator — sentiment.
Janet Yellen faced the Senate Banking Committee this week. Our Money and Markets experts watched her speech and gave three separate views on the Fed nominee here.
Investors should remain cautious by holding cash and await a more opportune time to buy, Douglas Davenport argues. Take a peek at his chart to learn why.
Mike Larson concluded the past business week with his update on the latest developments in the bond market and what they mean for investors.
The Money and Markets Team