Market Trends

It’s often said that there’s always a bull market somewhere. Investors can always find unique and exciting ways to earn money if they look hard enough. Breakthrough medical discoveries, disruptive new technologies and other innovations are changing the world as we know it. We monitor the biggest market trends happening right now, keeping you informed and ready to profit.

Market Health

The Most Profitable Sector for 2020 Is Minting 100-Year-Olds

Make room in your portfolio for 2020’s hottest sector: healthcare.

Market Health

5 Valentine’s Stocks to Invest In

These five companies will likely see a jump in sales due to Valentine’s Day spending.

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Why You Need to Watch the Silver Market

After the gold-silver ratio topped 90 last year, investors believe silver prices will rise faster than gold.

Market Health

How to Play the Election Cycle in Your Favor

The uncertain market during the past few election years means it’s time to build a more defensive portfolio in 2020.

Market Health

Five Key Investment Trends for 2020

These five key investment trends will help investors narrow their focus in the new year.

Alternative Investments

New Gold Bull Market Is on the Horizon

It’s natural to get nervous and emotional when an asset you hold falls in value. But in a bull market, dips should be embraced… not feared.

Market Health

Total Student Loan Debt in the United States Squashes American Dream

Americans are buckling under the burden of $1.56 trillion in outstanding student debt.

Making the Grade

3 Stock Investing Rules to Swear By

Finding the “next big thing” is only one piece of the puzzle. The trickiest part is uncovering which companies in those disruptive sectors are going to produce the biggest gains.

Making the Grade

Holiday Shopping Season 2019: Winners and Losers

This week, we’re looking at the retailers projected to post the largest revenue wins for the holiday shopping season.

Market Health

Brick-and-Mortar Store Closures Expected to Hit 12,000 This Holiday Season

Brick-and-mortar store closures will continue to accelerate because traditional retail can’t compete with e-commerce.