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China's dilemma: Is it 1987 or 1929?

July 31, 2015

Having spent the summer ruminating over the macro events in Europe, my focus has now turned to the U.S. stock market crashes of 1929 and 1987. Why, you might ask? The answer lies in China, where policy interventions in the face of a steep selloff...

A better way to get China exposure

July 28, 2015

If you're brave enough to wade into China stocks, here's something you ought to consider. This ETF invests in Chinese companies listed in the U.S. Brilliant! Repeat after me: Taking 401(k) loans out is a bad, bad idea. Here are three more reasons...

Advisers say China drop isn't done yet, but calm clients on the downslide

July 27, 2015

The greatest one-day drop in Chinese stocks in eight years on Monday is not a signal that markets have bottomed out in China, according to financial advisers. “It would be best to stay away from Chinese stocks for now,” said David Kudla,...

The market's zero-to-hero story

July 24, 2015

Financials are in the right place at the right time. Finally. A “zero-to-hero” story that has been years in the making Those Puerto Rican funds might just be more trouble than they're worth. UBS is swallowing a tough pill. The specter of...

Donald Trump's investment portfolio a messy hodgepodge: advisers

July 23, 2015

Presidential hopeful and real estate mogul Donald J. Trump's investment portfolio reveals a scattered approach to money management, with a collection of hedge funds, stocks and cash across brokerage accounts. A new 92-page report provides a...

Fund unloads China stocks but finds value in shares listed in Hong Kong, New York

July 15, 2015

Years investing in China's stock market have taught Garry Laurence that extreme volatility creates opportunities. Lately, he says, they've all been opportunities to sell. The Sydney-based money manager, who helps oversee about $25 billion at...

Greece's latest problem is the IMF

July 15, 2015

The IMF is throwing a wrench into the Greek bailout works. This doesn't look good. Setting off a political earthquake in Europe Could China be dragging the entire world into a recession? Morgan Stanley thinks so. 'The next global recession will...

The toughest job in financial advice: Teaching economics to a presidential contender

July 14, 2015

When politics and economics collide, it is often the economics that gets bowled over for the sake of a pandering soundbite. Unless the economic advisers agree with the preconceived views of the candidates, the relationship will be testy and...

Greece offers prime example of how to get in front of clients to counteract scary headlines

July 13, 2015

Even with another bailout in the works for Greece, the country's fiscal woes will remain in the headlines for months, perhaps longer, and financial advisers are reaching out to clients to make sure they keep this melodrama in perspective. “Now...

Stock buybacks come under fire from politicians

July 13, 2015

There is a rising backlash from the record-level stock-buyback programs that politicians are pretending to understand. The usual suspects take their dislike of Wall Street to the people, hoping the people will skip past the details and join...

Short sales are stacking up and the bears are starting to show some teeth

July 10, 2015

The market bears are getting bolder as they start to come out from a long hibernation, which doesn't really bode well for the bulls. Short sales have hit a post-financial crisis peak Putting Puerto Rico's debt load in perspective. On a per capita...

China does everything wrong in efforts to reverse stock market slide

July 9, 2015

China gets low marks for how it is trying to save its equity markets by preventing the sale of stocks. This is what happens when a communist government tries to operate free-market policies. 'It suggests desperation' Taking a fair-value approach...

Bill Gross recommended shorting China stocks but didn't pull the trigger

July 9, 2015

Bill Gross, who recommended shorting the Chinese stock market last month before it plunged, didn't actually do the trade. The Shenzhen Composite Index has fallen 38% since the famed Janus Capital Group Inc. money manager recommended shorting...

China's stock market meltdown is looking like a buying opportunity

July 8, 2015

U.S. investors should be embracing the Chinese stock market meltdown as a unique opportunity to catch a ride on a fast-growing, if rattled, economy. Even with a decline of more than 22% over the past month, the benchmark CSI 300 is up more than...

Banks are cutting broker-dealer units from their 'living wills'

July 8, 2015

The nation's biggest banks are lumping their broker-dealer units in with other 'non-essential' operations. In appeasing regulators, banks show B-Ds where they rank. In case of emergency, dump the securities operations The bear has found China....

Greeks vote 'no' and everybody loses

July 6, 2015

Greek voters opt for a collision course with the European Union over austerity. Go figure. Voters snub creditors Mohamed El-Erian says investors should buckle in for a global market meltdown in response to Sunday's Greek vote. Look for a general...

Financial advisers tell clients to shrug off the Greek vote

July 6, 2015

Financial advisers and investors are keeping a calm head Monday by keeping Greece in perspective. As Greek voters went to the polls on Sunday, ultimately voting against the latest austerity measures presented by the European Union to help guide...

Three-year-old ETF becomes only game in town for investors hoping to play Greece volatility

July 3, 2015

For Greek stock speculators, a three-year- old security listed in the U.S. was just about the only game in town this week. The Global X FTSE Greece 20 ETF traded a record 14 million shares over three days, plunging 19% on Monday and then regaining...

Treasury ETF attracts big bucks as investors seek safety amid Greek crisis

July 1, 2015

Drama in Greece helped halt an outflow of cash from the biggest U.S. government bond exchange-traded fund last month. When negotiations between Greece and its creditors got bumpy last week, investors marching into safe assets such as Treasuries...

Crazy as it might sound, the new all-in bet is going long on Greek stocks

July 1, 2015

If you've got a really strong stomach, the time looks ripe to buy the fear and jump into Greek equities, which can be done via Global X FTSE Greece 20 ETF (GREK). 'Greece will not be another Lehman' Junk bonds continue rolling along with a not-so-junky...

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