Market View Bonds sending clearer signal than stocks Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, May 30, 2012 12:09PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, May 30, 2012 1:11PM EDT Investors throw money at stable governments Investors throw money at stable governments Watch More Video: Don't blink. You might miss the rally McDonald’s stock has lost its sizzle, which is why I’m buying more What's that F-word? Stormy economies rain on stocks Bank of Canada won't hike rates too soon Can 'sell in May and go away' actually work? Markets sag amid disappointing U.S. economic data U.S. economic data disappoint markets RIM is not the market's biggest concern Buying RIM stock 'like going to the casino' U.S. consumer confidence continues to fall Scotia Bank boosts Canadian markets Why it's getting harder to own a home Cautious optimism in Greece while markets slump in Spain Europe's underbelly isn't Greece Euro woes: Banks, olive oil and sex Fears of market selloffs mount Here come the stock market fireworks RIM could soon be a single-digit stock Over the long haul, bank stocks are hard to beat Comments AA More Related to this Story At midday: TSX drops on euro zone fears, future of RIM Top Business Stories Bill Ackman on motivation and sex (but not at CP) Market View Video: Buying RIM stock 'like going to the casino'