With unusually strong year-to-date gains, observers of the well-known Santa Claus Rally might be worried that Santa may have already come to town, jests market historian and money manager Jim Stack, editor of InvesTech Market Analyst.
Our Dividend Yield Theory looks at blue chip stocks, which have the tendency to follow a repetitive pattern of moving from historic parameters of high yield to low yield, and then back to high yield. This marks levels of historic under and overvaluation, explains Kelley Wright, editor of IQ Trends.
The most recent data indicates a relatively high growth rate for Dubai this past year, writes Hadeel al Sayegh, of The National, which, moving forward, should benefit other countries in the UAE as well.
In order to try to avoid a liquidity crunch in the money market sector, and to offset the negative effects of tapering, the Fed might introduce an alternative to cutting interest rates, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, also of Jubak's Picks.
Nothing it seems, not even a Congress bent on self-destruction, can stand in the market's way. With each new high, more pundits come out of the woodwork to warn of imminent doom, notes John Boyd in Fidelity Monitor & Insight.