Christine Benz offers her picks for IRAs ahead of the April deadline.
Results are also due from Chipotle, GM, Snap, and BP.
It's a full week of earnings, with Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft all trading in 4-star range ahead of their reports.
We're also watching for results from Johnson & Johnson and Starbucks this week.
We'll see reports from Citi, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America. Plus, BlackRock, Netflix, and American Express.
The battering that the technology sector has taken over the last three months has left these high-quality firms trading in 4- and 5- star territory.
Baird's Tim Steffen explains why some beneficiaries won't see an increase and looks at the state of Social Security today.
We'll also get results from Cisco, plus the consumer price index, retail sales, and industrial production.
Baird's Tim Steffen discusses what's different this year with refunds, property taxes, medical deductions, and more.
Discovery Communications, Eli Lilly, and Marriott also report. Plus, the Fed meets.
The earnings drive continues with Coca-Cola, BP, GE, and major oil firms. Plus, October's jobs report.
Earnings are also due from Verizon, AT&T, Chipotle, Boeing, Ford, and 3M. Plus, the advance reading of third-quarter GDP.
We're expecting reports from Bank of America, American Express, Johnson & Johnson, and Procter & Gamble.
After another big market drop, these high-quality companies are now trading in 4-star territory.
Against a mostly positive backdrop for banks, Citi, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, and PNC will report this week.
Watch Jon Hale discuss his main takeaways from recent ESG conferences.
No one knows what's next for stocks, but records can be a good time to double check your plan.
Earnings season is winding down, but we will still get a handful of reports.
News Corp, Discovery Communications, Snap, and CVS Health also report this week. Plus, job openings and the consumer price index.
Other earnings reports expected next week include Procter & Gamble, Kraft Heinz, Caterpillar, and BP.
Reports are due from Alphabet, Facebook, and Amazon as well as big names in consumer goods, autos, and oil. Plus, the advanced reading of second-quarter GDP.
We'll see reports from General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, and IBM. Plus, retail sales, industrial production, and housing starts.
We're also watching for Kroger, plus housing starts and existing home sales.
The Fed chair's press conference will be closely watched. Plus, inflation, industrial production, and retail sales data.
Smucker reports on Tuesday. Plus the ISM services index and jobs openings data.
As June starts, employment, manufacturing, and housing data are on tap. Plus, Salesforce and Costco report.
Results from Advance Auto Parts, Autozone, L Brands, Target, and Best Buy are due. Plus, Fed minutes and home sales data.
We're watching for retail earnings reports this week. Plus, housing starts and industrial production.
Earnings slow down this week, and we're watching for key inflation data.
We're expecting results from McDonald's, Snap, CBS, and Kraft Heinz. Plus, the Fed likely to stand pat on rates.
Intel, Boeing, Chipotle, Starbucks, Exxon Mobil, Viacom, and GM also report this week. Plus, the first reading of first-quarter GDP.
We'll see reports from Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, and Johnson & Johnson, among others. Plus, retail sales, industrial production, and housing starts.
J.P. Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, and PNC are due Friday. Plus, the consumer price index on Wednesday.
Stocks broke their winning streak as volatility returned with a vengeance to kick off the year.
As the first quarter comes to a close, we turn our attention to economic data.
There are a handful of earnings on tap in a mostly quiet week. Plus consumption data.
Although some firms like Boeing could see a big impact from a trade war, we're not planning any large-scale changes to our fair value estimates.
The market is expecting an increase in rates at the Fed's meeting. Plus, earnings from Oracle, Nike, General Mills, and more.
The consumer price index and retail sales are due this week. Plus, earnings from Tiffany and Dollar General.
Wage growth in the jobs report will be closely eyed as will details on steel and aluminum tariffs. Plus, Costco, Target, and Kroger report.
In his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, Warren Buffett makes the case for doing less and sticking to the fundamentals of investing.
Macy's, TJX, and Best Buy are due. Plus, personal consumption, the ISM index, auto sales, and the second estimate of fourth-quarter GDP.
Both wide-moat retailers look pricey ahead of earnings, while Advance Auto Parts is undervalued.
The consumer price index will be closely watched, and earnings will continue to trickle in.
Stocks are cheaper but not a screaming bargain after this week, but some values are emerging in sectors like utilities.
Stock valuations are reasonable, but with valid inflation fears investors should mind their downside risk, says PIMCO's Mihir Worah.
Inflation fears sent stocks tumbling again, but that's no reason to veer from your long-term plan.
Vanguard's Joe Brennan says he still sees the economy as healthy and that investors should tune out short-term noise.
Stocks rebounded Tuesday amid volatile trading, and we think investors should remain prepared.
Higher inflation and tighter monetary policy could lead to more volatility, but without the near-term prospect of a recession a bear market is unlikely, says Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders.