Can you make good returns in a lousy market? Big blue chips almost always fetch premium prices.
When investors approach Dallas lawyer Richard Lewins about a dispute
they have with their stockbroker, they know he has a unique perspective.
Bank-bashing is the thing to do these days, but some people still want
the comfort and security of having their money in a financial
The word "as-is" can indeed be one scary phrase. Especially when buying
a home in today's market where foreclosures and short sales that need
fix-up work are plentiful.
Ladies and gentlemen, may the best investor win. Sick of squabbling
with one another as stocks tanked, some married couples have decided to
draw a red line through their financial houses.
The Premise: Sure, the economy picked up steam this past fall. But much of that growth is tied to the trillions of dollars the U.S. government threw at the financial crisis.
Magician David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear, but even he might be envious of the neat trick some mutual fund companies have recently accomplished: making poor-performing mutual funds – and their records – vanish.