The stock prices have weakened but may be oversold.
The risk/reward ratio of shorting bank stocks is no longer attractive.
If the US can get through debt talk challenges, the stock market outlook is great.
Citigroup strategist Tobias Levkovich sees the S&P 500 rising another 12 percent to 1,615 next year.
Sandy Weill’s call to break up the banks is not entirely altruistic: It could raise valuation multiples and provide a greater return for financial investors.
Big banks allowing hedge funds to try to front-run analyst recommendation changes is akin to other practices the SEC has cracked down on just this year.
Proper personal investing begins with allocation of assets among stocks, fixed-income securities, real estate, commodities and cash.
Four years after the U.S. financial crisis, America’s shadow banking system is as big and potentially risky as ever.