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The market continues on full throttle, despite a tepid economic recovery, although investors would do wise to keep track of the change in market-leading sectors, says Jon Markman of Strategic Advantage.
The old 60-40 allocation rule has outlived its usefulness for investors, says Eric Metz of RiverNorth Capital Management. VZ
Common sense is obviously crucial to the long-term success of any investor. But this clear advice is heeded far less often than most expect, says Richard Loth of The Fund Investor's Schoolhouse.
The well-known Canadian grocer has raised its dividend twice in six months, but competition in the sector is fierce and growing fiercer, writes John Heinzl, reporter and columnist for Globe Investor. WMT, TGT
As the economy improves, these two companies are poised to reap the benefits...one from the nuts-and-bolts side, the other from a financing angle, says Mark Skousen of Forecasts & Strategies. DHI, KKR
Probably not as long as investors are sure central bankers will keep pumping money into the financial system. But keep an eye on fixed-income markets for signs that such confidence is waning, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak. AMZN, SI
Stimulus-addicted markets are driving riskier practices that could make the next crash, when it comes, substantially worse than the 2000 and 2007 bubbles, says Harry Dent.