UPDATE: The Brexit gold bet could be the smartest, or the dumbest, ever
After examining Lennar's LEN third-quarter earnings statement, we've decided to throw in the towel and reduce our fair value estimate. With conditions deteriorating so rapidly over the past several weeks, our stubbornness in sticking with what's turned out to be an optimistic estimate hasn't paid ...
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I look at the highlights and lowlights in equityland.
Better to spend your time focusing on underlying economic fundamentals.
Recent data looks a little soft, but a better housing market should buoy up the weaker areas of the economy and make for a steady, staid 2015, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
While Friday's headlines out of China were bad news for market performance and speculators, it's not an economic or financial system train wreck.
After Fed comments sent stocks soaring last week, economic realities began to settle in.
Yes, the sector is on the upswing, but the market has already priced in a rebound.