With parts of Dodd-Frank rolled back, some banks should be able to boost their earnings. Will their stock prices follow?
The Trump administration's delayed infrastructure plan aside, there's plenty to like about this sector today.
Innovation and demand dynamics should bolster the sector long-term -- and there are bargains to be had.
With bond yields rising, some wonder if the era of ultralow rates is coming to an end--and what that means for stocks.
M&A activity is heating up in sector. Here's where investors can find opportunity.
For the first time since the recession, all OECD-tracked countries are growing at the same time. And that presents opportunities.
Modest gains, higher volatility, and the potential for a market shock could all be in store for the coming year.
The gaming industry is healthier than ever--and growth is expected to continue.
While there are few pure-play options and valuations are high, experts say it’s wise to pick your spots now.
As the debate over tax reform heats up, some firms (including Morningstar) are incorporating a lower tax rate into their pricing assumptions.
If you think the opportunities to invest in cloud computing have come and gone, think again.
With its Whole Foods purchase, the online retailer is taking aim at grocers. Here’s who can fight the best fight.
While asset managers have enjoyed strong returns of late, fees and regulations have put future gains in doubt.
The online travel industry is growing--and its stocks are undervalued.
There’s more to the auto industry than Tesla.
Today's telecom industry is more diverse--and more uncertain--than ever before.
With a strong history, railroads are likely to remain a constant presence well into the future.
With a review of Dodd-Frank and interest rates set to rise further, it may be time to put bank stocks back on your radar.
Value stocks trounced their growth counterparts in 2016, but they may not be able to maintain their edge this year.
Many question whether beaten-down retailers like Macy's and Kohl's can overcome the e-commerce threat.
Berkshire Hathaway's big investment in the large domestic carriers has revived interest in these volatile stocks.
If you thought 2016 was an up-and-down year, next year could be an even bumpier ride, say the investment pros we spoke with.
Want to own international companies? ADRs may be just the ticket.
The once-hot industry has experienced double-digit declines this year, but it’s only a matter of time until it stages an extended revival.
Investors need to ask themselves if attractive valuations in the region trump the negative news.
With corporate earnings falling, share repurchases are declining--and that could impact shareholder returns.
After a lackluster 2015, the yellow metal's price--and the prices of gold-mining stocks--have surged this year.
Small-cap stocks took a beating last year, and despite the recent rebound, there are still good opportunities to be had.
Employment and wages aren't usually main market indicators for investors, but perhaps they should be.
Depressed bond yields will likely make equity markets more attractive for a while.