Nate’s Notes, the decade’s top-performer, is beating the market again in 2012, and it’s bearish on stocks, reports Peter Brimelow.
If you want to see how twisted the investment world is right now, consider that many investors — both individuals and institutions — are accepting reward-free risk, writes Chuck Jaffe.
Canadian stocks close lower, moderating weekly gains, after government data show employment growth stalled and as most metals and mining stocks drop.
During a press conference Friday, President Barack Obama said the private sector “was fine,” a comment that drew immediate scorn from conservatives. The data on the subject however offers multiple interpretations. Here are the charts of the releva...