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Emerging-markets selloff sparks global concerns

January 24, 2014

The emerging-market selloff this week is starting to spread to parts of developed Europe. Some are blaming the Federal Reserve's tapering program. U.S. stock futures suggesting more selling today As short-selling is expected to pick up this...

BlackRock puts the brakes on market-moving analyst sentiment reports

January 9, 2014

BlackRock pulls the plug on analyst surveys, settles with N.Y. attorney general. No more market-moving sentiment U.S. stock futures are rising ahead of the U.K. interest rate decision. Signs of a positive start for the markets Activist hedge...

Goldman, JPMorgan advise ducking out of emerging markets

January 7, 2014

Goldman, JPMorgan get bearish on emerging markets. Forecasting 10 years of 'significant underperformance' Credit Suisse is scrambling to offload risky investment bank assets. Squeezed by new regulations The beginning of the end of quantitative...

Advisers betting heavily on Europe's growth

January 5, 2014

The eurozone is finally starting to show signs of growth more than five years after the financial crisis, and financial advisers are betting that there is more good news to come. Nearly three-quarters of advisers who responded to InvestmentNews'...

Finra turns its ever-watchful eye on frontier funds

January 3, 2014

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority plans to pay special attention to frontier markets mutual funds and exchange-traded funds in examinations of broker-dealers this year after concerns were raised that the risks of such funds are not...

Investors go berserk over Bitcoin trading platform

December 27, 2013

Plans for a Bitcoin trading platform sent WPCS International's shares up 20% last night. Beta version released Contrarian investment strategies for 2014. Emerging markets, TIPS, commodities Morningstar's stock market outlook points to a thinner...

Big PE firms facing $1B settlement in collusion case

December 26, 2013

Some of the world's most renowned private equity firms are staring down the barrel of a $1 billion settlement for collusion. Keeping prices artificially low The Asian stock market rally has pushed the Nikkei index to a six-year high. Comfortably...

Adviser gets sacked after ripping off her NFL linebacker client

December 18, 2013

A financial adviser who ripped off her lone client, an NFL linebacker, gets sacked with six months in prison and a $2.2 million penalty. "Sophisticated criminal fraudster" Meanwhile, in Cincinnati, a fake hedge fund manager pleads guilty to...

The 2014 contrarian investment tour, from rupees to copper

December 13, 2013

Don't try to catch a falling knife. It's one of the oldest saws on Wall Street. But to make a lot of money, sometimes you have to get a little bloody. So say contrarians like Brian Singer. The risk is great, "but the return is of such an astounding...

Do your clients really need long-term care insurance?

December 5, 2013

Do your clients really need long-term care insurance, or is it just an easy and profitable sale? A skeptic's view More than 450 hedge funds bought shares of GM during the third quarter. Stock price expected to jump 40% in 12 to 18 months Digging...

Look out below: T. Rowe Price warns of correction in the New Year

December 4, 2013

T. Rowe Price is waving a big caution flag in calling for a market correction in 2014. Bracing for a decline of between 5% and 20% Deutsche Bank put the kibosh on fixed-income chat rooms as the rate-rigging probe continues. JPMorgan is weighing...

Getting into the market on the cheap

December 3, 2013

Cheap access to the broad equity market that goes well beyond the S&P 500. Annual fees of just 0.05% Goldman Sachs is calling for a strong 2014 for China's Hang Seng Index. Best year since the 62% surge in 2009 It is time to face the reality...

Markets are poised for 'Santa rally' and 'January effect'

December 2, 2013

Two major seasonal trends are bearing down on the market. 'Santa Claus rally' meets 'January effect' Even after a Black Friday that started on Thursday this year, retailers are pulling out all stops for Cyber Monday. Welcome to Cyber Week The...

Iran nuke accord is already moving markets

November 25, 2013

Oil and gold prices are heading lower as the global markets react to an initial accord over Iran's nuclear program. Iran deal said to take out some risk premium The potential winners of an Iran deal could include automotive and shipping firms....

Goldman sees increased risk factors facing commodities

November 21, 2013

Goldman Sachs is highlighting the increased risk facing major commodities, including gold, copper and iron ore. Losses exceeding 15% next year Speaking of Goldman, here's a chilling account of how the company lost $1 billion on currency trades...

Prepping Janet Yellen for the hot seat

November 13, 2013

Five questions Janet Yellen needs to prep for as she faces the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday. What's your Plan B, if stimulus fails? And at least two Fed officials support more quantitative easing. ”Monetary policy should remain very...

Global markets giving a nod to the latest U.S. economic data

November 11, 2013

European equities opened the week on a positive note following the stronger economic data out of the U.S. last week. Keeping an eye on the Fed's tapering plans The latest U.S. data is also helping to support the strength of the dollar. Holding...

Friday markets brace for three big reports

November 8, 2013

Three potentially market-moving reports are out this morning: Employment, personal income and outlays, and consumer sentiment. Consensus expects higher unemployment The majority of economists surveyed by the WSJ believe the Fed will wait until...

Take Five with Chris Alderson of T. Rowe Price International

October 28, 2013

Domestic equities have been the place to be since the financial crisis ended almost five years ago, but with head winds starting to mount in the United States, investors may be better off on the other side of the Atlantic, said Chris Alderson,...

Advisers ready to test international investing again

September 18, 2013

More than half of financial advisers are ready to invest overseas, turning the tide on the year's trend of passing over international markets to funnel funds into safer domestic stocks. Sixty percent of more than 300 registered investment advisers...

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