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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...

European equities offer opportunities, if you know where to look

August 13, 2013

As Europe's actions toward addressing its sovereign debt crisis evolve, so may the investment opportunities within the region. Politicians around Europe seem increasingly aware that austerity alone cannot solve the region's debt crisis and that...

Searching the globe for income, and finding it

August 2, 2013

Interest rates might be inching higher, but until the Federal Reserve starts tightening the money supply, there will be arguments that creative income strategies such as the Sextant Global High Income Fund (SGHIX) still have an important spot...

The Takeaway: The best (and worst) ETFs in every sector

July 31, 2013

Portfolio No change in Fed policy, in case you're working out of a cave today. Wait, but then you wouldn't be reading this either...  (Business Insider) If you really feel that this is a helpful exercize, feel free to read about what words...

Japan: Still a bear or 800-lb. gorilla?

July 9, 2013

For over two decades, Japan endured an economic and financial market slump that rendered it the proverbial elephant in the room. It was there, but no one wanted to pay it any attention, much less commit assets. We don't necessarily count ourselves...

Live from Morningstar Tao of Pooh? Doing nothing not a bad idea in this market, says GMO's Montier

June 13, 2013

Europe is an undervalued mess, the emerging markets are overvalued and investors are wasting their time worrying about interest rate hikes. Those are the essential takeaways from a panel of investment experts who spoke Thursday in Chicago as...

Global markets hammered

June 11, 2013

Stocks, bonds and commodities fell around the world and the yen strengthened after Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda left stimulus efforts unchanged, stoking speculation central banks will fail to keep the global recovery on track. The...

Catching waves across the pond

June 11, 2013

It's easy to get excited about a particular market when everyone else seems to be piling in, and the headlines are screaming of new record highs. That has certainly been the case with U.S. equities of late. While many investors are paddling...

Jeffrey Gundlach's not afraid of bonds

May 2, 2013

Don't let those low rates or fear of a bond bubble scare you off — own some long-dated U.S. Treasury bonds. “You should own [long-term Treasuries] as part of diversified portfolio, not that it's going to make you rich,” Jeffrey Gundlach,...

WisdomTree to launch Japan ETF — with no exposure to yen

April 10, 2013

WisdomTree Investments Inc. plans to roll out a Japan small-cap exchange-traded fund that will hedge out exposure to the yen later this year. The WisdomTree Japan Hedged Small Cap Equity ETF will invest in dividend-paying Japanese small-cap...

John Baur: Global currency fund manager points to risks, exposure

April 7, 2013

If you happen to be like most Americans and have 95% of your investments denominated in U.S. dollars, you might benefit from getting to know John Baur. The former mechanical engineer and current bird-watching hobbyist has his finger on the pulse...

Dean Tenerelli: Running with the bulls in Spain — and in most of Europe

April 7, 2013

At least one fund manager is getting bullish on European stocks again. There still are many reasons to be selective, but there are signs that Europe is beginning to get its economic house in order — if you know where to look, said Dean Tenerelli,...

Laura Geritz: Traveling far reaches of the globe to find hidden gems

April 7, 2013

Zimbabwe might not be in every manager's portfolio, but Laura Geritz doesn't invest in the usual markets. The African country, probably best known for its hyperinflation in the 2000s, might not seem to be the best place to look for stocks. Shares...

Josh Tarnow: Alternative bond strategy for low rates, high volatility

April 7, 2013

As the appetite for alternative investment strategies has expanded in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, it could be argued that some fund companies and portfolio managers have stretched the limits of their abilities to manage alternative...

Gundlach sticks to his guns despite big drop in rival's Japan fund

April 2, 2013

Jeffrey Gundlach is standing by his call to go long Japanese stocks and short the yen. But he concedes that, over the short-term, the strategy could be painful. Mr. Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine Capital and bond expert deluxe, first made his call...

Not so fast on the great rotation

March 14, 2013

The much-ballyhooed great rotation out of fixed-income assets and into riskier equities has not exactly lived up to its greatness. After a month of record inflows ($86 billion) to open-end mutual funds in January, investors continued to put...

BRICs get less clicks — and cash

February 10, 2013

The BRICs are falling off the investment map. The term for Brazil, Russia, India and China, where stocks gained 424 percent during the decade ended 2010, appeared in the fewest news stories last month since November 2008, according to data compiled...

Japan's Catch-22 could snag U.S. investors

January 29, 2013

The Bank of Japan's latest effort to stimulate the country's economy might be good for its stock market, but it leaves U.S. investors in a pickle. The bank recently said it would begin an open-ended asset purchase program, similar to the Federal...

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