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With the stock market up 25 percent this year, and some mutual funds up 30 percent or more, some investors are getting itchy to sell winners and make sure they pocket the full benefit before a possible downturn.
Some analysts say a steep downturn is around the corner For those savoring these sweet moments of stock market bliss, brace yourselves.
The Dow Jones industrial average is up 22 percent this year — a surprising gain for a period when investors fretted about a lackluster economic recovery The Dow Jones industrial average closed slightly less than 24 points short of 16,000, at a record high Monday.
'Correction' could be on the way after investors race back in You couldn't pry individuals away from the safety of bonds, cash and CDs as the stock market climbed 26 percent just a month after hitting a scary low in March 2009 amid the financial crisis.
With less than two months to go before the end of the year, now is the time for some quick maneuvers so your tax return doesn't make you sick early next year.
Labor market may not return to pre-financial crisis average until early 2017, economist says The economy is showing some signs of strength — not tremendous strength, mind you, but enough to prove there was adequate heft to weather the partial government shutdown and keep investors in a stock market that has climbed a remarkable 23.6 percent this year.
Officials who guided U.S. through meltdown say their actions were necessary Do the political leaders who required you to bail out Wall Street in 2008 know how angry you and other Americans remain five years after the financial crisi...
Have you heard that 70 is the new 65?
Disappointing figures show economy limping along; resulting S&P 500 record a sweet treat for investors If you are an investor, you don't have to wait until Halloween to get your fill of candy.
Temporary solutions to debt ceiling and shutdown could crush holiday spending No relief for the weary or disgusted investor — this week or for the next few months.
Nobel Prize-winning economists Eugene Fama and Lars Peter Hansen show beating the market is tough even for the most savvy investors, and individuals can profit from a simpler approach Pick up studies by two of this year's Nobel Prize-winning economists, Eugene Fama and Lars Peter Hansen, and the work by the University of Chicago professors might make your head spin.
Is it difficult to push yourself each day to go to a boring job?
Paralysis in D.C. has disrupted some activities, but if level heads in government prevail, businesses can weather short-term interruptions without serious problems, analysts say As companies begin reporting earnings for the third quarter,...Show More Summary
Investors have heard the boy cry wolf too many times in the nation's capital. And they aren't falling for it this time. Game's up.
Are you afraid to save money because you fear you'll lose your hard-earned cash if you choose the wrong investments?
5 years after collapse of Lehman Brothers, Americans continue to 'hunker down' Five years after the economy suffered a massive heart attack as Lehman Brothers collapsed, the patient has finished rehab and is walking, but is still a long way from running.
Taking the easy route with investing is turning out not to feel so easy.
Many dangers lurk just below the surface With tensions over Syria defused, at least for the moment, calm has returned to the stock market as well as to individuals worried about military engagement and the price of gasoline.
The plunge of emerging market stocks, bonds and currencies has raised concerns of a new global crisis Emerging market stocks and bonds have gone from being some of the most beloved investments of recent years to the most distrusted.
When you took your latest job, did you negotiate for more pay?