- January 5, 2004 | The Bottom Line
- Onward, Upward
The Fed will likely tighten interest rates. The markets hate rate hikes. So why will bulls, not bears, prosper in the coming year? Here’s why.
- March 15, 2004 | The Bottom Line
- Analyze This
Wall Street reforms have succeeded in making stock analysts less corrupt. But that doesn’t mean they’re less-often wrong.
- September 22, 2003 | The Bottom Line
A mutual-fund giant let Canary Capital turn back time to create a no-risk, all-profit paradise. Next up for the perps: the all-risk, no-profit world known as jail.
- May 7, 2001 | The Bottom Line
- Look Who's Back
Ready for a shock? Not only is the economy going to rebound, but some of the best stock buys right now can be found in the much-despised tech sector.
- May 2, 2005 | The Bottom Line
- No Bear There
The market’s recent nosedive was allegedly caused by four factors. The thing is, none of them really matters.
- September 13, 2004 | The Bottom Line
- Campaign Finance
Which presidential candidate is more apt to boost the fortunes of your portfolio? Before you answer “W.,” do the math.
- June 25, 2001 | The Bottom Line
- Long-Distance Runner
You'll never guess who dull old Verizon has been humiliating in the brutal telecommunications race. (No names, please, but the poor fool's initials are AT&T.)
- April 8, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Account Me Out
The Arthur Andersen accounting scandal offers the government a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fix a system rife with corruption and double-dealing -- but will it use it?
- November 11, 2002 | The Bottom Line
Nobody can quite believe it, but there are four legitimate -- and deserving -- Netco's that are reviving the lost promise of the New Economy. And their stocks are bargains (seriously).
- August 28, 2000 | The Bottom Line
When the merger with Time Warner was announced, we all thought high-flying AOL was getting shafted; now it looks like the smartest move a dot-com ever made.