The Nasdaq rose modestly in a choppy session on Thursday, lifted by a rally in Apple (Symbol : AAPL) shares a day after the iPad maker's strong results, though tensions in Ukraine held the broader market in check.
U.S. corporate bonds are finally having their moment in the sun after years spent in the shadow of higher-yielding junk bonds. Investors are downplaying the risk of higher interest rates and lining up to buy long-dated, high-quality bonds.
Many of Wall Street's darling stocks have suffered a recent pullback, but that doesn't mean it's time to buy on the dip. So, how can an investor tell when still-pricey stocks are worth paying up for? Here are some guidelines.
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