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No, Bonds Are Not Dead

Deflation, not inflation, is a pressing concern for the global economy, according to Michael Fredericks of BlackRock Multi-Asset Income Fund, who says Treasury yields should stay low and investors should consider high-yield corporate bonds and high-quality, dividend-paying stocks. Jonathan Burton reports.

Hulbert: Market Correction Coming

MarketWatch columnist Mark Hulbert joins Mean Street and makes the argument that the market's long-awaited correction is at hand.

How Apple Gets to $1000

MarketWatch's Cody Willard on The News Hub discusses why he believes Apple shares can reach $1,000, despite their recent surge to more than $500.

WIll Apple Pay a Dividend?

Apple has almost $100 billion in cash. Why doesn't it pay a dividend? MarketWatch's Jonathan Burton talks with Don Taylor, manager of Franklin Rising Dividends Fund about Apple, plus stocks to watch for dividend-hungry investors.

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February 2012
Fed Pushing Savers Over Edge
January 2012
Nutting: Let's Rethink Austerity
Bullish Signals May Mean Need to Pull Back
Would You Trust This Man in 2012?
Bull Markets, Past & Present: Is the Rally Over?
November 2011
Stocks May Lack Direction, But Volume's Dried Up
12 Years Until Full Employment?
October 2011
After Great October, What of Market in November?
Arends: Are We a Nation of Idiots?
September 2011
History Says We Could Repeat the 1930s
Gold and the Dot-Coms: Comparing the Bubbles
Will debt woes spill over across the Atlantic?
What Obama's Fourth Year Means for the Markets
Are Stocks Undervalued Right Now?
August 2011
Mortgage Refinancing Could Jumpstart Economy
Lehman: We Want Your Bonuses Back
Barton Biggs: Stocks Are Deeply Oversold
Market Turmoil Puts Fund Managers in Tough Bind
How Would Apple Handle a Debt Crisis?
Corporate Insiders are Selling Faster Than Usual
July 2011
Gold Prices Rise As Investors Seek Safe Haven
Hulbert: How Should Investors Play Debt Talks?
Why Gold Could Lose its Grip on $1,600
In Deficit Dilemma, Pain Looms for Middle Class
Don't Lend To Uncle Sam?
June 2011
Arends: How Do You Pull a Whitey Bulger?
How's the Market Stacked Up So Far in 2011? Average
You Don't Need Bill Gross
Stock Touters Prey on Inflation Fears
Merk: Dump the Dollar
May 2011
Hulbert: Don't Believe the 'Summer Rally' Fantasy
What Recent Moves in Stocks, Oil, the Dollar Mean
Preventing Future Flash Crashes All But Impossible
What Would Happen If China Sells U.S. Treasurys?
March 2011
Gold & Silver Getting (Institutional) Respect
Reverse Stock Splits Don't Bode Well
February 2011
How Cell Phones Affect Your Brain
Best Places to Stash Your Cash Now
Public Investors in Privately Held Companies
Debunking the Super Bowl Indicator
January 2011
AOL Media Head Gets 'Jiggy With It'
A Look Inside: Facebook's Cash and Profitability
Interpreting Gold's Head-Scratching Tumble
December 2010
Strategist: S&P 500 to Hit 1,500 by June
Run With the Dogs of the Dow
Does Passivity Actually Pay?
Starbucks' Schultz Reinvigorated Clientele, Stock
Roth IRAs: Will Congress Kill the Tax Break?
November 2010
Gold Bulls And Gold Bears Debate Future Prices
As Gold Leaps, Investors Place New Metal Bets
October 2010
Gold Surge Lures Short Sellers
Hooper: QE Won't Provide Big Economic Boost
Financials Feel the Foreclosure Pressure
September 2010
Emerging Markets' Building Boom
August 2010
Bond-Fund Frenzy Hurts Economic Growth?
Hulbert: Google Beat the IPO Odds
Hedge Your Mutual Fund Bets
Revolution Investing: Lessons from Earnings Season
July 2010
Sonders: No Double-Dip Ahead
Four Market Myths That Just Won't Die
Why People Care About Apple's iPhone & Beatles
Fed's Jeffrey Lacker on Monetary Policy & Economy
An Interview with Morgan Stanley's Stephen Roach
Lenhoff: We're Due For a Rebound
June 2010
Bullish on China's Consumers
Is Now the Time to Get Back Into Asia?
Massive Gov't Spending to Wreak Havoc on Bonds?
Can Capitalism Save the World?
May 2010
Hot Stocks: An Eye on Retailers
Red-Flag Market Gauges Recall '08 Crisis Levels
Willard: Take the Other Side of the Fear Trade
Will U.S. Catch Europe's Cold?
Debt Crisis Enters Second Phase
Record Gold High Hits Markets And Jewelers
EU Rescue Plan Has Risks For Emerging Markets
SEC Needs a Common Mission
April 2010
How to Invest for the End of the World
Willard: What to Expect This Earnings Season
March 2010
Verizon-Compatible iPhone Planned by Apple
The Global Search for Growth
"Old Media" Executives in a Google World
Optimistic Outlook For Supermarkets?
February 2010
Debt Fears To Dog Euro
Dollar's Gains Could be Short-Lived
A Nuclear Power Comeback?
How Fast is China Likely to Cool?
January 2010
Rising Deficits ... Time to Trim Risk?
Investors in for Rude Awakening?
December 2009
Trust Yourself For 2010 Stock Picks
Tips For Stock Investing in 2010
Some Mutual-Fund Firms Deserve Lumps of Coal
Apple Gains on Tablet Speculation
Stock Tips For A Rough 2010
November 2009
A Good Time To Buy A Home?
Gold: Room to Run or Time to Sell?
2010 Forecast: Strong 1st Half, Tough 2nd?
Which Retailers Are In Trouble?
Stead: Economy Is Back On Track
Schwab Launches First ETFs
October 2009
Will Weak Consumer Hurt Holiday Selling?
Goldman Upgrades Bank Stocks, Financials Higher
September 2009
Instant Starbucks: What the Drinkers Say
U.S. Week Ahead: Payrolls, Auto Sales
U.S. Week Ahead: Housing, G20, Dow 10,000
What's Driving the Global Market Rally?
Steve Jobs Takes the Stage
Should Lehman Brothers Have Been Saved?
Say Goodbye to Business Cards?
September Setback for Stocks Ahead?
August 2009
Bargains in Market's Basement
July 2009
Fidelity Drinking Up Starbucks
Bullish on Google?
Supply Glut Hits Energy Stocks
Cuggino: Long Term Investors Will Be Rewarded
June 2009
Apple Does It Again
Volatility Ahead for U.S. Markets?
Marc Gabelli: 'Great Opportunities' in the Market
Stimulus Fraud Set to Soar
Farewell, Little Deuce Coupe?
Insiders Are Buying 2 Stocks That Never Rallied
May 2009
Market Ends the Month With More Gains
The Rich Turn to "Lifestyle-Liquidation" Sales
Dissecting J.P. Morgan with Gillian Tett
Pay Dirt: The Rogues Gallery
Dow 4,000 Still in the Cards
Job Booms Typically Follow Recessions
Ivy League Investing
China's Economic Stimulus: One Block At A Time
April 2009
Consequences of Specter's Switcheroo
Big Money Managers--Short Term Skittish
Dan Gross: What Went Wrong in America
The Clock Is Ticking
PMI Group Economist Sees Housing Bottom in '10
Finding a Bottom for Home Prices

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