Daily Journal Chairman Charlie Munger says a new investment in Chinese internet giant Alibaba is part of a move into stocks because returns on Treasury bills are so low.
When you're planning for retirement, you can't count on Social Security to be your primary source of income. If you want a safe investment that's all but certain to provide more than $32,000 in annual income, an S&P fund many be just the thing. It has consistently produced around 10% average annual returns.
The market rally has improved dramatically, but could be due for a pullback. Square, JPMorgan and Apple supplier Skyworks are near buy points.