UPDATE: Bull trend intact: Charting the S&P 500's garden-variety pullback
UPDATE: Bull trend intact: Charting the S&P -2-
Short-term headwinds portend an ugly 2015 for U.S. steelmakers, but stock prices imply overly bearish long-term expectations.
Growth and geopolitical concerns have mining and energy names looking attractive, while it's a good time to trim back on health care, says Heartland manager Brad Evans.
Our sector-by-sector take on the corporate credit markets, plus top bond picks.
As 2005 draws to a close, our performance continues to be solid all around, with some bright spots and a few areas for further improvement. Our contrarian stance on large-cap and energy stocks has weighed on our results recently, but we're still confident that those calls will work out in the end. ...