After 30+ years in the financial markets, MoneyShow's Tom Aspray has seen just about every kind of indicator available, but there are two that he has found particularly effective, which he shares here.
By eliminating certain less-profitable business units and spinning-off others, one company has totally reinvented itself, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, also of Jubak's Picks, and now looks even more attractive.
Widely believed to be a leading indicator of future economic growth, MoneyShow's Tom Aspray goes prospecting for buy candidates in this market-leading sector as he expects the economic recovery to pick up steam in the new year.
We haven't yet entered into the "irrational exuberance" we saw back in the 1990s; for now, we fully expect the Santa Claus Rally and January Effect to push the markets higher, forecasts Richard Schmidt, editor of Stellar Stock Alert.
A look at PMI figures across the world suggests the global economy is healing; however, there remain clear headwinds—like potentially higher interest rates, cautions Richard Rhodes, money manager and editor of The Rhodes Report.
If a huge energy bill and change in the constitution passes in Mexico, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, also of Jubak's Picks, the companies that stand to gain the most, may be the ones with all the equipment.