Uranium use has been outstripping uranium production for 25 years. A day of reckoning is coming.
On the Old Continent, only Switzerland is a beneficiary of an unraveling euro.
Legitimate short selling is a viable market strategy that aids the price-discovery mechanism. Banning it fixes nothing.
A comparison of the infamous PIIGS quintet produces a surprising contrarian investment candidate: Spain.
The worst major gold stock performers in the Midas rally have been from South Africa. Maybe that's why John Paulson likes them.
It's too late for Japan.
It's the worst-performing market sector so far this year. Why?
Don't overlook the promise of exchange-traded funds in these four emerging economies.
The most cyclical sectors in the S&P 500 are doing great: The recovery continues.
Monetary conditions in Britain may be even weaker than the eurozone due to high debt levels and an unstable banking system. Expect the pound to keep falling in 2010.
Here's why monetary tightening in China and India won't derail the boom.
Inflation may be coming, but not for 2010.
What has changed in the past year, and what is likely to change in 2010.
The action has been concentrated in the currency markets, where the dollar continues to steadily advance.
How the greenback's behavior affects your investments.
The seasonal rally is proceeding according to plan despite worries about valuations and the economy.
At the end of August, utilities were one of only two sectors in the red for the year. What gives?
The insider sell/buy ratio hit an all-time high. Something is bothering insiders.
Oil and natural gas have been moving in opposite directions. Will it continue?
But will it continue to work in the future?