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Market volatility has increased, and that is likely to be a recurring theme in the market for at least the next few weeks. Actually, I believe volatility will remain elevated for some time. That’s because the current level of volatility isn’t unsustainable… In fact, it’s not even really that high. Read More

Market volatility has increased, and that is likely to be a recurring theme in the market for at least the next few weeks. Actually, I believe volatility will remain elevated for some time. That’s because the current level of volatility isn’t unsustainable… In fact, it’s not even really that high. Read More

Facebook is under siege. Personally, I think it’s unfair, in part. Facebook is in the news because the company does exactly what it said it would do. Like many of the largest companies in the world right now, Facebook is a data company. It collects information from users and packages… Read More

Facebook is under siege. Personally, I think it’s unfair, in part. Facebook is in the news because the company does exactly what it said it would do. Like many of the largest companies in the world right now, Facebook is a data company. It collects information from users and packages… Read More

While decorating for Christmas, I noticed how many of our decorations have been around for years. Some of my favorite ornaments are the oldest, like the ones celebrating “Our First Christmas Together” and “Baby’s First Christmas.” These are irreplaceable.  Then, there are the more recent additions, decorations that are often… Read More

While decorating for Christmas, I noticed how many of our decorations have been around for years. Some of my favorite ornaments are the oldest, like the ones celebrating “Our First Christmas Together” and “Baby’s First Christmas.” These are irreplaceable.  Then, there are the more recent additions, decorations that are often… Read More

Editor’s Note: Today, we’d like to bring you a recent issue from one of our premium services. This article is from Brad Briggs, the executive editor over at our sister company, StreetAuthority. He also curates StreetAuthority’s subscriber-only newsletter, StreetAuthority Insider, which is where this was originally published. We hope you… Read More

Editor’s Note: Today, we’d like to bring you a recent issue from one of our premium services. This article is from Brad Briggs, the executive editor over at our sister company, StreetAuthority. He also curates StreetAuthority’s subscriber-only newsletter, StreetAuthority Insider, which is where this was originally published. We hope you… Read More

People strive to be more connected. It’s a common theme in history.  I think it’s especially interesting that you can even see this theme in the stock market over the past century.  Just look at the largest companies of respective eras of the past — the railroads, AT&T, IBM… all… Read More

People strive to be more connected. It’s a common theme in history.  I think it’s especially interesting that you can even see this theme in the stock market over the past century.  Just look at the largest companies of respective eras of the past — the railroads, AT&T, IBM… all… Read More

As we get deeper into the fourth quarter, one of the biggest stories dominating the financial headlines will be interest rates, and the fact that they appear to be headed higher.  While investors have been talking about this same story for the past few years, there’s a good reason: The… Read More

As we get deeper into the fourth quarter, one of the biggest stories dominating the financial headlines will be interest rates, and the fact that they appear to be headed higher.  While investors have been talking about this same story for the past few years, there’s a good reason: The… Read More

Change can be difficult. I was reminded of this when I saw Spencer Johnson’s obituary in The New York Times. I didn’t recognize the name at first, but after reading the headline, I immediately knew who he was: If you’ve ever worked for the government or in a… Read More

Change can be difficult. I was reminded of this when I saw Spencer Johnson’s obituary in The New York Times. I didn’t recognize the name at first, but after reading the headline, I immediately knew who he was: If you’ve ever worked for the government or in a… Read More