Every day, dozens of analysts, pundits and talking heads take to the media to make startling predictions -- the bolder the better. But which of them has a winning record, and who is full of hot air? A new website called "PunditTracker" is answering that question.
Financial markets are becoming increasingly schizophrenic, ruled by erratic ups and downs. It's at times like these when technical analysis can help investors manage the emotional roller coaster, which is why for chart watchers, the catchphrase of the next few months could be "mind the gaps."
Markets go up, markets go down, and every day, the media tells you why. The problem is, what business journalists report doesn't actually explain why stocks really rose or fell. Here are the three key reasons why financial journalists keep missing the real answers.