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an index exchange-traded fund advised by First Trust, celebrated its 10-year anniversary while outperforming the S&P 500 Index. Over the past decade ending 8/30/13, the fund outperformed the S&P 500 Index by 2.0% annually. Among its accomplishments,
Chapel Hill, N.C. (MarketWatch) The stock market in four years' time is unlikely to be much higher than it is now. That sobering forecast comes from a simple stock-market timing model that has an impressive track record over the past five decades.
With every pullback, many get the jitters and the Dow's 216-point drop on Feb. 25, 2013, for instance, again provoked such fears. Today's (Feb. 26, 2013) more than 100-point rebound in the Dow Jones industrial average has calmed some of that concern.
From my perspective, however, the market is still emitting positive signals, with the bull still far from slowing down. One reassuring strategy for wary investors is to buy into proven growth stocks that also provide one comforting incentive: a solid
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So the financial crisis, Europe's inability to act in a big way to address its fiscal issues, and endless partisan bickering in Washington between Democrats and Republicans have prompted you to swear off stocks? Well, one school of thought argues, "
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How to find value stocks Tuesday, May 10, 2011 The Record For most investors, a market crash is a minor disaster. For value investors, who seek out shares in undervalued companies, it's hog heaven. "The best time to practice value investing is when
Knowing the dos and don'ts of investing in the stock market would help you become a smart investor...Slow, steady and boring wins the race It is best not to panic over information about stocks in the media. Being slow and steady about the activities
Kristof The best time to scoop up good deals is after a crash. But there are values to be found even now, when stock market indexes are relatively high. Personal Finance For most investors, a market crash is a minor disaster. For value investors, who