|By Lauren LaCapra
The big banks have gotten clobbered of late, and while Wall Street is still bullish about the group's long-term prospects, few seem courageous enough to actually buy the stocks.
Hershey Rejects $23 Billion Acquisition Offer From Mondelez
Tiger Woods Is Falling Apart and so Is Nike Golf
'Mad Money' Lightning Round: You Should Own General Electric
Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: What a Relief! This Rally Has Legs
Where to Invest Now? How About Multi-Family Real Estate?
Walmart Takes on Amazon Prime; Facebook Shakes Up Its News Feed -- Tech Roundup
Jim Cramer -- Buy Some Constellation Brands Before, After Earnings
Chipotle Does Something It's Only Done Once Before in Its 23-Year History
Twitter Makes a Big VR Hire; Line Sets IPO Price; Alphabet Wants to Remake Cities
GE Convinces Feds to Lift Costly "Systemically Important" Label
Priceline, Expedia, TripAdvisor Hope for End of Bitter Brexit Holiday
How to Trade Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics Now
Toyota to Recall 2.3 Million Cars on Glitches in Airbags, Emission Controls
Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Add These 2 Stocks to FANG
Teva Inches Closer to Completion of Allergan Generics Deal
Under Armour Wants to Prove 3D-Printed Sneakers Aren't Just a Gimmick
Obamacare Repeal: Here's the Most Important Bullet Point in House Republicans' Health Care Plan
Jim Cramer -- Stick With Apple but Don't Believe 'Super Cycle' Hype
Jim Cramer Wants to Know How Nike Is Doing
Facebook and Alphabet: Two Stocks to Buy Post-Brexit Volatility
U.S. Loses Jobs, Recession Fears Gain Strength
Asia Has Mixed Session
Senate Finance Panel Defies Bush on Stimulus Plan
Google Dials Up Voice Service in Egypt
Apple TV 3 Fails to Excite Wall Street
DirecTV to Merge With Liberty Entertainment
Sprint Springs to Life Despite Wider Loss
Altera's Net Slips
Cerner Guides Under Street Estimates
Sambol to Lead BofA Mortgage Business
Alcoa Takes Stake in Rio Tinto
Beazer, Countrywide Team Up
Oil Prices Lift Chevron's Profits
Gannett's Profits Crumpled
Five Employee Motivation Myths Debunked
Five Audit Attractors to Watch Out For
|INSIGHT & ADVICE
|MORE INVESTMENT IDEAS
Markets retreat late in the week while focusing on the Fed and the Trump administration. We add a tech name to the portfolio.
Trimming a Charged-Up Position
We're ringing the register and taking some profits in Nio Inc. after a healthy rise in the electric vehicle maker's shares since the end of May.
How to Unwind the Growth Seeker Portfolio
All but three names are going over to Trifecta Stocks.
|Jud Pyle |
Wrapping Up OptionsAlerts Positions
Here is some guidance for what action to take with the remaining holdings in our former model portfolio.
|Income Seeker Team|
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This final issue closes out the remaining model portfolio positions and offers some tips for long-term investing success.
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|MANAGING YOUR MONEY
Should Investors Buy Into Alternative Assets Like Hedge Funds?
Hedge funds and the less-pricey liquid alternative funds that attempt to mimic them have generally underperformed thus far in 2016.
Ex-Treasury Secretary Says Economy Should Be Much Stronger
The American economy is underperforming for a number of reasons, says John Snow.
Don't Build Your Portfolio With Non-Traded REITs, Annuities
Non-traded REITs have highly limited liquidity, high fees and should generally be avoided, said Simon Lack, author of 'Wall Street Potholes.'
Taser Shares, Financial Engines Heading Higher, Says Villere Fund Manager
Shares of retirement advisory firm Financial Engines are rebounding after a sharp summer selloff.
Why Uncle Sam Is Unlikely to Cover Your Long-Term Health Costs
A Nationwide survey finds that only one person in 10 has a plan for paying long-term care costs.
What Family Business Owners Should Consider Before Cashing Out
Closing down after a lifetime of hard work poses its own challenges, says Kevin Harris at Northern Trust.
Why Novo Nordisk Is All in on New Diabetes Drug
Novo Nordisk shares jumped 5% after the FDA approved its long-acting insulin drug Tresiba. The company's Levemir product will remain available, but 'our efforts are going to be behind Tresiba.'
Avoid High Yield and Emerging Market Stocks Until Storm Passes
The anxiety running through the market is causing a cyclical correction that could last through the end of 2015, says Bill Greiner, chief investment strategist for Mariner Holdings.
Steve Madden in Step With Shoppers and Investors
Shares are up 14% so far this year, says John Heffern, portfolio manager for Chartwell Investments.