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Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones makes a costly big short on the market

August 17, 2016

Hedge funder Paul Tudor Jones continues to double down on his big short of the U.S. stock market. He now owns puts on 8.34 million shares of SPDR S&P 500 (SPY). Meanwhile, as the stock market chugs along, seemingly defying gravity and logic,...

Insider buying patterns say now is the time to sell

August 12, 2016

If you're still seeing this frothy stock market as a keen buying opportunity, you might want to consider that most corporate insiders don't share those views. Insiders are selling. Hillary Clinton's full-throated pitch to promote middle-class...

Rob Arnott says cheesy copy cats are hurting smart beta investing

August 11, 2016

Rob Arnott, a pioneer of smart-beta investing, says the growing popularity of the investing style has gotten out of hand. Perhaps he longs for the good old days when almost nobody believed in smart beta. “There are a lot of dumb ideas masquerading...

Bond bears are starting to look smart

August 10, 2016

After years of being so wrong, it looks like bond bears might finally be right. It's vindication time. Sizing up the Trump and Clinton tax plans. How do you like your taxes? High or higher? Take a gander at what $12.29 trillion worth of household...

Nassim Taleb trots out another 'black swan' forecast

August 9, 2016

Nassim Taleb calls for a market crash and much pain ahead. The creator of “black swan” theory says we can thank quantitative easing for the mess heading our way. The “uber-rich have benefitted, and nothing has been cured.” Barclays throws...

Finding safe yields above 5%

August 8, 2016

There are still places to find safe yield above 5%. Truth is stranger than fiction. Take it from these fixed-income and dividend-stock pros. The crushing effects of low oil prices. Oil below $40 is hurting businesses from hotels to retailers....

Reading between the lines of Friday's jobs report

August 5, 2016

Depending on how much stock can be placed in any jobs report that fails to include all those people who have given up looking for work in this lackluster economic recovery, Friday's employment data might make you happy. July payrolls expected...

The Fed might have to give money directly to consumers

August 4, 2016

After realizing that cutting interest rates to zero and then experimenting with multi-trillion-dollar quantitative easing programs don't work, the Fed might next try just putting money in consumers' hands. It's worth a shot, according to the...

When it comes to asset management, look for experience

August 3, 2016

In the midst of this heated and unorthodox presidential election year, the issue of experience is front and center. But, it turns out, experience is also a factor that should be considered when it comes to financial advice and asset management....

Dawn Bennett plays the victim, challenges SEC ruling

August 2, 2016

Dawn Bennett, having been barred from the financial services industry and fined $4 million for her shady advisory practices, is now claiming the SEC sought her out as a high-profile disciplinary trophy. ”Why was I a target for something that...

DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach favors gold, and little else

August 1, 2016

DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach is raining on the stock market parade with a serious nod toward gold and gold miners, and a bleak outlook for virtually everything else. ”Sell the house, sell the car, sell the kids.” Who knew there was an actual...

Deutsche Bank says fiscal stimulus can't save us

July 29, 2016

Deutsche Bank says fiscal stimulus is not helping and will not save us. Look no further than Japan and Europe for real-life examples of failed policies. In need of a new direction for fiscal policy. Gold investors hunker down on the reality...

The Fed sits on its hands

July 28, 2016

The Fed kicks the can further down the road, but keeps the crowd interested by teasing about a September rate hike. Pro tip: Don't hold your breath. The market remains skeptical of the Fed. Okay, so maybe buying low isn't all the important....

Catching a ride on the next oil-market rebound

July 27, 2016

In case you didn't believe the last oil market rebound, here's another opportunity to jump on the bandwagon. The chance to get in is coming up for long-term investors. The Fed is taking action against Goldman Sachs that could include a hefty...

Bond investors should be sweating a looming Treasury glut

July 26, 2016

Brace yourself for the next big Treasury sale as deficits swell. Net issuance seen rising. Time to take a closer look at the real costs of socially responsible investing. Some controversial issues can be financially more attractive than others....

Decades after being barred, 85-year-old investment fraudster strikes again

July 25, 2016

Forty-five years after being barred from the investment industry by the SEC, Donald Conrad was still able to rip off investors. The SEC said he worked with his son to defraud investors. The SEC is going to make it easier for asset managers to...

Keep index funds in perspective in the active-passive debate

July 22, 2016

Since the start of the year, the average large-cap growth mutual fund has gained 2.31%, while the benchmark S&P 500 Index has increased 7.14%. Sounds like an open-and-shut case for passive indexed investing over active management, right? Well,...

Step aside bears, the market's next growth mode is kicking in

July 22, 2016

Despite some technical signs pointing toward a bearish run, the market might be shifting into another growth stage. It's a brighter growth outlook, not low rates, that's fueling the latest rally. Emerging market bond ETFs are moving into the...

Goldman says U.S. investors should keep their portfolios local

July 21, 2016

Most U.S. investors, who are already too heavily exposed to domestic stocks, should keep investing along those lines. According to Goldman Sachs, the U.S. is the only real safe haven right now. The U.S. is still in better shape than the rest...

The fiduciary conundrum of charging lower fees for bond allocations

July 20, 2016

Can charging lower fees for bond investments be both the right thing to do and a violation of your fiduciary duty as a financial adviser? The answer is, yep. As bond returns grind lower, the focus on cost has grown. Turns out, the Federal Reserve...

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