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Gundlach warns stocks don't always go up in the long run

March 13, 2019

Japan may hold the key to why decades-long stock rallies are not a sure bet. Or at least so says Jeffrey Gundlach, chief investment officer at DoubleLine Capital. The billionaire money manager used the firm's Total Return Bond Fund webcast to...

Morgan Stanley says market is overpricing Goldilocks scenario

March 12, 2019

It's possible that global economic growth will stabilize while inflationary pressure remains absent and the top central banks stay on hold for the next 24 months. But that scenario is being overpriced by the markets, according to Morgan Stanley....

Scrutiny of stock buybacks intensifies as Democrat threatens bill

March 6, 2019

Buybacks faced fresh political furor Wednesday with Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen threatening to propose legislation that could make it more difficult for executives to sell shares after corporations announce they are repurchasing stock....

Risk-averse investors push advisers to their creative limits

March 6, 2019

One of the biggest challenges financial advisers face when working with clients in or near retirement is convincing them to embrace an appropriate level of investment risk, which is often where psychology must partner with reality. When considering...

JPMorgan's $50 billion fund is cutting equities on dovish Fed

February 26, 2019

One of JPMorgan Asset Management's largest mutual funds is selling stocks, wagering that a dovish Federal Reserve is signaling burgeoning risks to global economic growth. Eric Bernbaum, co-portfolio manager of the JPMorgan's $50 billion Global...

Financial advisers head to cash as stocks move up

February 14, 2019

Never mind that the stock market is up more than 8% from the start of the year. For a lot of professional investors and financial advisers, the risk-off mood that was triggered late last year has been hard to shake. "We're tactical investors...

Stocks rally on Fed interest-rate decision

January 30, 2019

U.S. stocks extended gains after the Federal Reserve said it will be "patient" on future interest-rate moves and signaled flexibility on the path for reducing its balance sheet. The dollar fell toward a three-week low. The S&P 500 Index was...

Small-cap value funds see stunning rally

January 28, 2019

Whatever investors were spooked by at the end of 2018, they seem to have shrugged it off so far this year. Last year, the small-cap value funds category, as tracked by Morningstar, lost 15.5%, making it the worst-performing domestic equity fund...

Bull market's dividend ride comes back to earth

January 22, 2019

For Lode Devlaminck, it was the turning point — the moment corporate titans and their shareholders had to pay for the excesses of the credit cycle. In October, Anheuser-Busch InBev halved its dividend after the world's largest brewer confronted...

Betting S&P 500 will fall, traders shift cash in leveraged ETFs

January 15, 2019

Investors are increasingly shifting away from bets that U.S. stocks will rise and flipping their cash into exchange-traded funds that profit when markets tumble. About $218 million has flowed out of bullish leveraged ETFs tracking the S&P 500...

Being underinvested can be a risky business for preretirees

January 14, 2019

Preretirees who suffered large portfolio losses in the economic collapse of 2008 may feel reluctant, or entirely too scared, to invest in the stock market and take the chance of getting burned again. Some may have experienced the double bubble...

Gundlach criticizes buy-the-dip mentality

January 9, 2019

Jeffrey Gundlach is worried that investors are getting suckered into buying the dip in stocks, high-yield bonds and leveraged loans. In his annual "Just Markets" webcast Tuesday, DoubleLine Capital's chief investment officer sounded off on a...

Brokers form new stock market

January 7, 2019

A group of big banks and brokers is forming a new U.S. stock market, funneling years of frustration about how much exchanges charge into the creation of a competitor. The nine founders, including Fidelity Investments,​ Morgan Stanley, UBS...

Half of BlackRock clients plan to cut equity exposure this year

January 7, 2019

Customers of the world's biggest money manager say they will reduce allocation to equities amid rising concerns about a downturn in global growth. That's the message from BlackRock Inc's annual survey of 230 institutional clients who own $7...

Equities: 2019 outlook in investing

January 5, 2019

The stock market's bull run stumbled late last year in response to proliferating risks ranging from rising interest rates and trade tensions to geopolitical issues such as Brexit. By the time 2018 ended, the S&P 500 was down 6.2% on the year...

Stock market earnings angst goes beyond Apple

January 3, 2019

Apple's first estimate reduction in two decades helped ignite a 660-point rout in the Dow Jones Industrial Average Thursday. Bad news for investors: the iPhone maker is hardly the only company paring a forecast. Among U.S. companies issuing...

Rotten day on Wall Street, as Apple woes send stocks plunging

January 3, 2019

U.S. stocks sank after a factory gauge dropped the most in a decade and Apple cut its sales outlook, adding to concern that global growth is slowing. Treasuries rallied and the yen strengthened. The S&P 500 Index tumbled 2.5% for its steepest...

U.S. stocks surge in best rally since March 2009

December 26, 2018

U.S. stocks staged one of the biggest rallies of the 9 1/2 year bull market after coming within points of seeing it end, with major indexes surging at least 4.9 percent. Crude jumped almost 10 percent. All but one member of the S&P 500 finished...

Here are three crazy market statistics on a wild day of trading

December 26, 2018

To say that U.S. stocks trading has been odd this week seems like an understatement. All three major U.S. indexes gained at least 4 percent on Wednesday. That's the first time that's happened since 2011. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and...

Stocks hit 19-month low as D.C. turmoil weighs

December 24, 2018

U.S. stocks fell to the lowest since May 2017 as the turmoil in Washington kept investors on edge after the worst week for American equities in almost a decade. Crude sank below $45 a barrel and the dollar tumbled. The S&P 500 slid for a fourth...

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