Peter Thiel: When the Next Bubble Bursts, "Risky" Stocks Like Tesla Could be the Best Bet
If Peter Thiel is right, stocks commonly viewed as the most safe could actually be among the most risky.
Are the Dow Jones Industrials Still Really Cheap?
Some market analysts think so, but putting too much stock in low interest rates is risky.
The Dow's Not the Only Market Near Record Highs
With U.S. markets closed, it's a good time to take a look at international stocks.
Disappointed In the Dow? These World Markets Fared Worse
The Dow wasn't the only loser in the first quarter. Find out about other lagging markets around the world.
America vs. the World: Which Markets Have Won the Global Economic Recovery?
Five years after the recession's bear market low, we look at how global markets from the Nikkei 225 to the Hang Seng and DAX compare to the S&P 500's post-recession rise.
How the Dow's 2014 Plunge Has Hit Global Stocks
The Dow is regaining some ground today, but its 1,100-point drop so far in 2014 is having worldwide impacts. Find out which stocks are getting hit the hardest.
The 3 Biggest Threats to Japan's Economy in 2014
Japan's economy hit the accelerator in 2013 as the Nikkei and top stocks like Toyota soared to huge gains. Will looming challenges jeopardize an encore performance in 2014?
The 2 Best Markets of 2013 and 1 to Watch in 2014
2013 was a strong year for many stock markets, but will 2014 be even better?
The Beginning of the Longest Bear Market in Modern History
Japanese investors have suffered a generation of sliding stocks since the Nikkei's huge bubble popped in 1989.
Santa on Stocks: Developed Markets Nice, Emerging Markets Naughty
During 2013, there was a huge rift between the performance of developed markets in the U.S., Europe, and Japan compared to emerging markets. Find out which countries did best and worst.