The difference between U.S. and European economic growth trajectories may come down to policy paths taken or not taken.
Successfully predicting big earnings surprises — and avoiding the largest negative-surprise stocks — can carry big potential rewards. Two researchers at PanAgora Asset Management demonstrate how. Breaking down the...
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It is often declared that a good time to buy a stock is when it’s on sale. But at Putnam, we believe that valuation — the relationship between price...
Active fundamental research indicates the housing sector, along with areas of the energy and health-care industries, offer attractive opportunities for investors today.
Although housing has been on its back for several years, real estate trends and company fundamentals suggest a contrarian case for housing stocks.