Is Main Street Abandoning Wall Street?

Call it the “fool me twice” market.

Skittish 401(k) investors aren’t sure about much regarding the stock market, but they do know this: Unlike 2008, when they were caught with their portfolio pants down, that’s not going …

The Faulty Logic Behind the Market Sell-off

With the debt deal concluded, you might have expected global markets to have rallied. Instead, the Dow Jones industrial average closed down 266 points yesterday, or 2.2 percent.

The reason? There is a growing consensus among the …

Odd Couple Debt Dance In D.C. Spooks Markets

Can two major political parties get along without driving the financial markets crazy? Apparently not, as Democrats and Republicans – the odd couple of U.S. politics – still aren’t on the same page in agreeing to a new debt …

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