Investors should stop looking for bargain stocks -- there's a reason their prices are low. Instead, buy stocks that are already pricey winners. Here's why.
Though the strategy of sell in May and go away, has historically has been a profitable one, 2014 was an exception.
Investors should look into how some former high fliers from the '90s -- like Oracle, Microsoft, Intel, Qualcomm and Cisco -- are diversifying.
Urban Outfitters, Ann Taylor and Foot Locker all report quarterly earnings this week, and key reports on inflation and housing starts come out on Tuesday.
Coca-Cola buys part of Monster Beverage, and Cisco announces layoffs, for the fourth summer in a row. An inhaled insulin is up, and healthier fries are out.
There are plenty of stocks going up -- and down -- in any week. The gainers inspire us to keep investing. The decliners keep our greed in check.
Michael Kors posted strong quarterly results, and the stock fell. Coach results fell, and the stock rose. What's going on with the luxury handbag makers?
El Pollo Loco soars after its IPO. Horizon Pharmaceuticals falls when two benefits managers say they will remove its biggest drugs from their formularies.
Investors should consider where all those millennials like to spend money, and a new survey tracks the preferences of this important demographic.
Rent-a-Center and GameStop are doubling down on smartphones. What do they see in a business that a revamped RadioShack is struggling in?
Goldman Sachs is now suggesting that investors buy Netflix stock because of the huge potential it has to mint cash and outside of America.
Coach, Dream Works, Whole Foods and SodaStream are down by a third so far this year. What's going wrong with these familiar companies?
Lululemon Athletica is starting to take on the worst attribute of last year's recalled yoga pants: Everybody can see right through it when it's stretched.
Daymond John and Jim Cramer's second annual Lifestyle Brand Index includes Facebook, Tesla, Walgreens, Netflix, Wells Fargo, AOL and Samsung.
The two leading doughnut chains are doing more than a few things right these days. But which one is tastier for investors?
Some stocks are fun for a fling. Others, you'll want to keep close for a lifetime. How can you tell the difference? Take a cue from online dating.
Average investors like us are usually locked out of hot initial public offerings. But there is a way you can ride the wave of an IPO without being a rich insider.
Week after week, the broker cold-calls you with a "guaranteed" stock tip. Each time, his prediction comes true. Is he psychic? Using insider info? Nope. It's a...
An innovative charity contest is allowing the public to participate side by side with some of the brightest stars on Wall Street. But don't tell that to the Occupy crowd.
The market may have rallied this year, but there are plenty of stocks that never got the memo. These five stocks are near their 52-week lows, but they don't deserve to be.