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Credit Rating Agencies Turn Green
Stocks Are Pointing To A Lower Opening on December 10, Filling The Gap
Stocks this morning are falling in the US with S&P 500 futures pointing to a 10 point drop. Certainly, nothing to worry about, and substantially filling the gap from Friday’s sharp move higher. Exactly as I expected to happen when I noted it yesterday in my midday commentary and last night’s write-up.
Return of The Active Manager
As recently as 2009, active mutual funds enjoyed a market share of over 75%, with passive index funds making up less than 25%. In 2018, active and passive funds reached parity, with each taking about 50%. It’s safe to assume that, once the numbers are tallied, passive funds will overtake active funds in 2019. Howard and Voss eventually expect the split the stabilize at roughly 70% passive index funds and 30% actively managed funds.
Stocks Are Pointing Lower on December 3, On Negative Trade Headlines
Is Your Green ETF Really Green?
Stocks Are Mixed Overseas, But Will Try To Push Higher in The US
Why Green Investing Needs More Sunlight
Stocks Are Still At Overbought Levels, as Risk-off Resurfaces
Holiday Sales Boost Won’t Save Legacy Retailers
The Bear Is On The Prowl As Stocks Reach Overbought Levels
Bring Back The Bull As Stocks Reach New Highs On November 7
Stocks Are Ready To Rise on November 5, Be Careful
Earnings Surprise On The Upside
Stocks Rocket Higher On Dovish Fed Commentary
Stocks Are Ready To Retest Yesterday’s Break Out
Stocks Are To Set To Make A New All-Time High on October 28
Stocks Will Continue to Push The Envelope on October 22
The Stock Market May Be Poised For A Big Break Out on October 17
Investors Shift From Stocks To Bonds
Stocks Are Set To Rise On October 15 As Earnings Stampede Begins
Why There’s Stock Market Turbulence Ahead
Stocks Are Set To Rise on October 9 as Trade Optimism Brightens
The Smartest Investor Who You’ve Never Heard Of
Michael Burry is the smartest investor you’ve never heard of. Well, I say that. If you saw the movie The Big Short, you’ve heard of him. Burry was the eccentric hedge fund manager played by Christian Bale and one of the select few people that both saw the 2008 mortgage crisis coming and managed to profit from it.
Stocks Will Try To Rebound on September 30, But It Isn’t Looking Good
Stocks Will Try To Rally on September 24 Avoiding Fatal Double Top
Staying Focused In Turbulent Times
In my view, an accurate analysis of the task at hand and the risks ahead are key to any kind of strategy when facing uncertainty. So, here’s how I size things up for what I think may be volatile weeks ahead heading into the fall.With the third quarter drawing to a close, global financial markets remain on edge. The Chinese delegation, here to lay the groundwork for trade negotiations with the United States in October, decided to leave the country early. The market sold off.
5 Monster Stocks To Watch For The September 19 Trading Session
10 Emerging Market Stocks That Will Survive The Trade War
As the world’s largest importer – and holder of its largest trade deficit by a country mile – the United States is the planet’s indispensable economy. And emerging-markets stocks, with their dependence on foreign capital and high concentration in cyclical and commodity sectors, are particularly vulnerable to weakness in the U.S.There’s nothing quite like a good trade war to give investors the jitters.