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AAII Journal Editor Charles Rotblut explains to Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch why Employers Holdings Inc. (EIG) is his “Buy of the Week” on the MoneyLife Radio Program. MoneyLife is a daily personal finance show that sorts through the financial clutter to bring you the information...

The First Quarter’s Bull Run Investors in stock funds were singing The Cars’ famous tune, “Let the Good Times Roll,” last quarter. U.S stocks enjoyed their best start to a year since 1998. Several market benchmarks reached new record highs, including the Dow Jones industrial...

Several DI stocks reported first-quarter earnings this week. Read more »  ...

Stock Superstars alert for the week ending 4/26/2013 updated. Read more »  ...

I don’t use stop orders. (Most commonly, these are standing orders to sell a stock if it falls below a specified price.) My avoidance of them has nothing to do with my investing style, but rather because of the influence that software code has on intraday moves of the market....

Though bearish sentiment pulled back to within its normal range, individual investors remain pessimistic overall about the short-term direction of stock prices, according to the latest AAII Sentiment Survey. Bullish sentiment, expectations that stock prices will rise over the next...

AAII Journal Editor Charles Rotblut Editor explains to Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch why J.C. Penney Company (JCP) is his “Sell of the Week” on the MoneyLife Radio Program. MoneyLife is a daily personal finance show that sorts through the financial clutter to bring you the information...

AAII Journal Editor Charles Rotblut explains to Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch why UFP Technologies (UFPT) is his “Buy of the Week” on the MoneyLife Radio Program. MoneyLife is a daily personal finance show that sorts through the financial clutter to bring you the information you...

This week’s AAII Weekly Features has been updated. View this week’s Top AAII Articles, Featured Stock Screen and Member Question. Read more »  ...

The domestic stock market is considered one of the most effective discounting mechanisms. Read more »  ...