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Stocks are far less risky than you think
CEO Meg Whitman, who took over in October 2012, has made some big changes at the company to cut costs. But they have yet to lead to significant revenue growth. Momentum darlings Priceline.com ( PCLN , Fortune 500 ) and Tesla ( TSLA ) are also opening their books to investors this week. Gold shines while Bitcoin tanks The Federal Reserve will also be in focus.
Worst over for stocks? Depends on earnings
The Standard & Poors 500 Index gained 0.5 percent on Feb. 14 as earnings overshadowed weaker-than-estimated U.S. jobs and factory data last week. The U.S.
Asian Stocks Gain for Eighth Time in Nine Days After China Data
As Blanchett noted on my radio show this week, I wouldnt recommend just going out and buying [General Electric] /quotes/zigman/227468/delayed/quotes/nls/ge GE +1.18% , Id recommend buying a broad index. There are a lot of reasons why some investors, intuitively, believe that stocks are inherently more risky the longer you stick with them. For starters, there is the idea that the longer you stick with a portfolio, the more market gyrations, downturns and corrections you will live through. Youre strapping yourself to the market rollercoaster, which does not guarantee that it will be upor even back to your starting pointwhen the time comes that you have to get off. Click to Play Is ‘buy and hold’ the best investing strategy?
Stocks Get Back in Rally Mode
“Consumer activity is somewhat affected by weather, so demand will recover in the next quarter,” said Natalie Trunow, chief investment officer for equities at Calvert Investments, which manages $13 billion. “Long term, it doesn’t look so bad in the U.S.” The yield on the 10-year Treasury note edged lower to 2.736%, as prices rose. Gold gained 0.4% to settle at $1,300.40 a troy ounce, a high for the year, while crude oil slipped two cents to settle at $100.35 a barrel. The dollar lost ground against the yen and euro.