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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Greece moves toward second bailout as default spooks Europe

February 20, 2012

European governments moved toward a second rescue of Greece, calculating that the 130 billion-euro ($172 billion) cost of a fresh bailout is a price worth paying to prevent a default that could shatter the euro area. Finance ministers are weighing...

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...

Occidental tourists get another shot at Matthews Asia funds

December 20, 2011

Matthews International Capital Management LLC is re-opening two of its Matthews Asia mutual funds, thanks to a combination of performance issues and outflows giving the funds fresh capacity to take on new money. The five-star $3.1 billion Matthews...

An end to la dolce vita?

November 13, 2011

Italy's passage of belt-tightening measures Friday, coupled with its impending change of leadership, calmed immediate fears about Europe's debt crisis, but investors should brace for more eurozone turmoil in the weeks and months ahead. “The...

'Pain for progress': Pan-euro bonds inevitable

September 11, 2011

Unofficial proposals to create government debt backed by the entire 17-member eurozone would produce a massive bond market, similar in size, liquidity and quality to the $7.3 trillion U.S. Treasury market. The proposed pan-European bonds would...

Go-anywhere funds test advisers' faith

July 10, 2011

As more fund companies rush to market with global allocation funds, it is becoming increasingly difficult for financial advisers to figure out which ones are worth their time and which are duds. And without set benchmarks, many advisers wonder...

Bin Laden gone, but retaliation could rock markets

May 2, 2011

The immediate celebration over the death of Osama bin Laden has been tempered by the reality of possible retaliation against the West. Bin Laden was killed by U.S. operatives after a firefight at a compound in Pakistan, President Barack Obama...

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...

Earthquake in Japan rattles U.S. investors

March 20, 2011

As the crisis in Japan continues to unfold, some worried U.S. investors have turned to their financial advisers for reassurance that the market won't suffer a 2008-like decline. “Since the earthquake happened, our phones have rung more than...

Mobius talks Turkey: Best bet in emerging Europe

September 30, 2010

Templeton Asset Management Ltd. plans to invest $250 million in Turkish equities very soon, as the country's stocks are by far the most attractive among emerging European countries, Mark Mobius said. “Just this month we will be putting another...

Investors shedding equities at 2008 levels

August 17, 2010

Asset allocators cut their holdings of U.S. equities this month to levels not seen since 2008 amid concern that the world's largest economy may be weakening, a BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research survey showed. A net 14 percent of respondents,...

Beware of double-dip recession, investment managers warn

May 9, 2010

The U.S. economy could well be headed for another downturn — and financial advisers should direct clients to move their money out of the domestic equities market and into long-range opportunities overseas and alternative-asset classes, two...

Extended stimulus package boosts China shares

December 10, 2009

Chinese shares rebounded Thursday after the government extended tax cuts and subsidies for purchases of small vehicles and appliances to support the economic recovery. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged up 14.7 points, or 0.5 percent,...

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....

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'...

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