Economically sensitive sectors should lead the market higher, while small- and mid-cap stocks are finally poised to outpace mega-caps.
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The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union may be a game changer, but top-performing companies in select industries should continue to generate growth.
Astute technical analysis could have saved some investors in this former high-flyer a lot of pain.
China, the world’s largest consumer of semiconductors, is moving aggressively into manufacturing them, which threatens producers in Korea and Taiwan.
The $330 billion global semiconductor industry is undergoing historic consolidation, but innovation in some quarters has stalled, say analysts.
When high fliers hit turbulence, stable-growth stocks, such as best-of-breed homebuilders and a home-improvement products retailer, gain favor, especially in a promising housing recovery.
It’s not just millennials who are renting. Baby boomers and well-heeled Generation X-ers also are driving a surprising share of the overall demand for rental units.
Are malls doomed by e-commerce, as some pessimists have suggested? You’d never know it to look at the performance of regional mall real estate investment trusts (REITs).
As a group, millennials outnumber baby boomers. Their incomes are climbing. And some experts expect them to account for one-third of all retail spending in the next five years.