Surprisingly, it's not a stock market.
U.S. stocks did well, but plenty of other financial markets didn't bring gains to investors.
The Dow and S&P 500 have done well, but this part of the market has done even better.
The Dow has tended to bounce back after declines lately, but emerging markets aren't so lucky.
Saving for retirement doesn't have to be complicated.
Growth among the four BRIC emerging-market countries is too slow to match up to some of these frontier markets.
Your choice can make a big difference in how much you pay to invest.
Saber-rattling continues in North Korea, but so far, America has largely ignored the threat.
Look past the Dow and the S&P 500, and you'll get a much different picture of what's happening with the markets.
Paying sales loads on mutual funds is a waste of money.