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How much China is in your fund?

August 17, 2015

While the Chinese economy grew 7.0% in the second quarter, signs of slower growth in July and actions by the Chinese government to devalue the yuan have caused investor concerns. Many investors obtain direct exposure to China through diversified...

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...

John Maynard Keynes: Economist by day, high-flying portfolio manager by night

December 30, 2014

John Maynard Keynes. You know him as the author of the 1936 General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money. But from 1924 until his death in 1946, Mr. Keynes was the CIO of Cambridge's King's College.(1) While economists rarely furnish practical...

Cuba's move toward capitalism may accelerate

December 18, 2014

During a trip to Cuba earlier this year, I visited Jay-Z and Beyonce's favorite paladar in Havana. A paladar is a restaurant in a private residence and owned by the proprietor. The meal our group enjoyed was at La Guarida, in a building that...

Why global dividend stocks have become one of the best plays in the market

November 6, 2015

While equity markets continue to struggle, an increasing number of financial advisers are finding value in dividend-yielding stocks. In fact, equity income investing has become one of the best plays in the market, with quoted companies paying...

Where are the flows?

September 8, 2014

How do you make sense of lackluster flows into equity funds amid the longest outperformance for U.S. stocks since the presidency of Richard Nixon? S&P 500 beating world doesn't spark flows This is Apple's big week but something's missing. 4...

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...

More Americans renouncing citizenship

March 5, 2014

Increased tax-reporting requirements are making some high-net-worth clients consider leaving the U.S. for good, but experts warn that a considerable amount of tax and estate planning is in order before such investors tear up their passports....

A tale of two Chinas: one old, one new

June 5, 2016

To the casual observer, headlines about China over the past year suggest doom and gloom. Those who take a deeper look, however, will find a divergent storyline comes to light: China's economy is moving in two different directions. Earnings releases...

Peter Schiff: Why it's time to dump most U.S. stocks

September 12, 2010

Stocks are widely believed to provide inflation protection since factories, equipment and inventories rise in value as prices generally increase. Historically, stocks have in fact tended to rise with inflation rates, but too much inflation has...

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'...

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...

Making sense of China's huge stock market selloff

January 6, 2016

Chinese investors have been agitated by domestic authorities' proposal to implement the so-called “circuit breaker,” a mechanism designed to halt trading if stock prices gyrate too wildly in both directions. Investors collectively responded...

Fiscal cliff notes: Investors blind to 'negative surprise,' says BlackRock

October 8, 2012

If Washington powerbrokers don't address the so-called fiscal cliff, the economy could be driven back into a recession, according to analysts at BlackRock. In a report released today, Blackrock Inc. says the automatic spending cuts and tax hikes...

The foreign investment tax advisers should pay attention to

December 2, 2015

Advisers could be missing out on a way to maximize returns on their clients' foreign investments. Americans investing in non-U.S. stocks could be earning less of a return than they'd otherwise get due to taxes some foreign governments levy on...

Money managers avoiding Mideast — except one country

September 17, 2012

As anti-American protests spread across the Mideast — sparked by a 14-minute clip on YouTube — financial advisers here in the U.S. say the uprising only confirms existing biases toward domestic investing. The unrest also has cemented the...

Don't let currencies bite you when investing in international equities

November 11, 2015

For U.S. investors, the case for international equity investing remains compelling in spite of all the market turmoil of the last few years. The reasons are well-rehearsed: about two-thirds of the global equity market by capitalization is outside...

Europe's impact on emerging markets is 'pervasive'

June 22, 2012

It was a safe bet that any session at this week's Morningstar Inc. conference labeled as a "global bond perspective” was going to include a heavy emphasis on Europe, and the presenters did not disappoint. "I think Europe muddles along and...

Volatility, rates, currencies bolster case for allocation to global high yield

October 26, 2015

Chalk it up to human nature, but many investors tend to shy away from ostensibly riskier asset classes when market gyrations, currency fluctuations and interest-rate anxiety dominate the headlines. In other words, times like these. Yet the same...

Separately managed accounts: What drove the 4Q markets

February 19, 2012

4Q Commentary by Nathan Behan DOMESTIC EQUITY After a truly dismal third quarter, the domestic equity markets bounced back strongly in October. Then, although daily volatility was high, these markets held mostly steady during the final two months...

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