Wall Street strategists see U.S. stocks rising 12% next year, but most of the gains will come in the second half. Europe’s response to its problems will call the tune. The case for big dividend payers.
Archive for December 17th, 2011
An improving U.S. economy and healthy profit margins point the way to small-stock outperformance.
Stocks tend to be most volatile around earnings season, when a good or bad report can make or break it. However, a good or even great earnings report doesn’t necessarily translate into a huge pop for a …