Large-cap, dividend paying stocks are the way to go in 2012, as equities will most certainly outperform market expectations, says Alec Young, S&P global equity strategist.
Herb believes the delay of the new phone means the game is over for Research in Motion.
TheStreet.com details a handful of U.S. equity mutual funds, each with more than $2 billion in assets, that have sunk to the bottom rungs of the performance ladder in their fund category in 2011.
Investors should be cautious before jumping into a new initial public offering.
Quadruple witching isn't scaring the stock market Friday, trader Pat Keman of Cardinal Capital Management, told CNBC.
With one final shopping week to go, investors will be keeping their eye on the consumer to see how holiday sales shake out and what it might mean for the economy.
Amid all the gloom and doom about unemployment, there are growing signs that things may actually be getting better.
Raymond James, an investment bank with $271 billion in client assets, said its best stock selections, which include Nvidia, may double in the next year.
FedEx's outperforming second-quarter earnings are the beginning of a hot streak for the logistics services company, says Arthur Hatfield, Morgan Keegan transportation analyst.
As Blackberry maker Research In Motion gears up to release its fiscal third-quarter earnings, pressure is rising on the telecommunications company to deliver. Mike Abramsky, managing director and software and wireless research analyst at RBC Capital Markets, weighed in.
Yesterday's difficult market caused investors to take long-shot trades with low probability of success, but also limited risk.
The negativity that’s driving the euro lower could keep pressure on stocks and commodities prices Thursday.
Bank of America may have had a dismal 2011, but TheStreet.com thinks it could go lower. The thinking on Bank of America has long been that valuations are so low, the stock can't get any lower — and then lower it goes.
In light of the manic market, plenty of companies with consistent, sustainable cash flows and earnings are now on offer at a discount, say portfolio managers.
The initial public offering market is not a healthy one as it enters what could be its busiest week since November 2007.
With the European debt crisis stretching on for two years, JP Morgan recommends that investors avoid the shares of U.S. companies that derive above-average levels of revenue on the Old Continent.
Fears Europe will drag the world into recession—and with no new signs of relief from the Fed—combined to pressure the euro and trigger a selling wave across risk assets.
The countdown of the worst CEOs of 2011.
Precious metals are being hit hard Wednesday—gold, silver, platinum and palladium all caught in the wave of selling.
Hampered by an avalanche of negative publicity and regulatory scrutiny, reverse merger activity has plunged to its lowest level in seven years, and the outlook for 2012 is dismal, say industry analysts.