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Real estate investment trusts (REITs) really took a beating in the second half of last year. From the late summer peak through the post-election trough, the Vanguard REIT ETF (VNQ) shed 17% of its value ...
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The year 2016 has been, for lack of better description, a strange one. It started with one of the worst Januarys in history and an oil price bust … continued with a surge of populist election surprises ...
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There’s still a good six weeks left in 2016, and what a year it has been for investors. It started with one of the nastiest January starts in history, followed by one of the biggest geopolitical shockers ...
Breaking up is hard to do, but sometimes, you just have to move on. It’s not your fault you fell in love with bad stocks … but what turned you on for a hot romantic fling is not the stuff of a long-term ...
The closer you get to retirement, the less room for error you have.
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Even dividend stocks can crack, so don't bet the farm on just one or two. Buy a basket or two instead via these five ETFs.
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These skinflint stocks have oodles of cash, much of which isn't being put to work. They should slake the thirst of income hunters.
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AAPL stock offers stability and income.
Only a few types of companies can survive in essential perpetuity, and the ones who can have stocks you'll want to hold for the rest of your life.