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Despite shaky economic news, there are plenty of sectors and industries - or even other countries - that have been posting strong numbers to start 2014. As they say 'there is always a bull market somewhere' and that has proven to be the case this year too.
With 2013 coming to a close, investors have to think about tax implications for their portfolios. Yet, with many markets up significantly the practice of harvesting losses for tax purposes could be curtailed.
Over the past few years, people have turned to exchange-traded funds as an easy way to buy some peace of mind. However, there are a number of issues that make them poor investments over the medium and long term.
The fiscal cliff situation and possible huge increase to the dividend tax has certainly impacted investors that have a dividend focus. What is an investor to do if they want to capture high yields while avoiding the tax increase?
Although it is still hard to say just how long lasting the impact from Hurricane Sandy will be, the storm appears to be living up to at least some of its hype so far. These three ETFs could be directly affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Love him or hate him, it is hard to argue that Mitt Romney has been an incredible investor over the years. So for investors who are able to put aside politics, taking a closer look at some of Mitt's investment philosophies could be a great idea.