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Will stocks as a whole advance or retreat? Sometimes it’s a question of who is buying what.
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Focusing on the highlights can tip you off to important trends.
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Hint: It’s more than just company profits.
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Online brokers have beefed up investor tools and research.
Buy-and-hold is a great investing approach, but sometimes you just gotta let go.
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Hundreds of ETFs debut every year. Use this guide to spot the good ones.
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What started as a plain-vanilla fund concept now comes in many flavors.
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Giving your broker the right order can help you get the best price.
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Find out what the herd thinks, then head in the other direction.
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The best returns come from time in the market, not timing the market.
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Why would you kick a stock to the curb? You first need to remember why you bought it in the first place.
Our Practical Investing columnist, Kathy Kristof, says goodbye to her readers.
See More On: Stocks & Bonds | Saving for Retirement
Our Practical Investing columnist, Kathy Kristof, invests in a “smart” index fund that hasn’t proven all that bright through the recent dark days of the market.
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The tech giant’s share prices have gotten pummeled lately, but its business still has staying power.
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When share prices stumble, you can take advantage of buying opportunities.
Currency risk hurt one of columnist Kathy Kristof’s holdings — giving her one good opportunity to offset capital gains.
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I have several contingency
plans for a down market, none of which require
tons of sacrifice. So I’ve
opted to hold less cash.
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