In The News
October 09, 2017
In his latest MSN interview, Jim Lowell discusses labor reports and informs investors that should they know more people are employed and wages, even though tepid, are trending in the right direction. He goes on to say that despite the slow growth economy in the U.S., consumers are responsible for 2/3 of economic activity in the country along with more than a 1/3 of global economic activity. And as a result, the overall job transit is positive.
October 03, 2017
"With valuations where they are, and with the world in the condition it's in, I don't know any investor who isn't asking whether they shouldn't move at least a portion of their assets outside of the stock market," says Jim
October 03, 2017
Selective investing in active managers who know how to avoid overvalued stocks is going to be key to intermediate-term success for investors.
September 22, 2017
As I explain in a recent Barron's piece "Who Says You Can't Beat the Market?", Joel Tillinghast at Low-Priced Stock has crushed his benchmark time and again, even with 40% of his portfolio in foreign stocks. That's one way you can understand you're in the presence of a truly skilled stockpicker.
August 15, 2017
It’s not an easy time to be an investor especially an amateur trying to rush into the market and follow its momentum, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.
August 04, 2017
Fundamentals remain solid in the U.S. and other developed markets, but it would be more surprising not to see a reversion to the mean of 10% or more in U.S. stocks sometime soon than to see it, Jim tells Martin Soong on CNBC.
July 07, 2017
The market environment recently feels good from a fundamental standpoint, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.
July 03, 2017
The healthcare debate has created swoons that have resulted in a payoff for NASDAQ, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.
June 29, 2017
FLGEX has amassed nearly a billion dollars in assets, but investors should keep their eye on FBGRX
June 20, 2017
The tech sector is likely to remain relatively strong in the medium term, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.