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Not since the bull market began has buying dips in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index been a surer way of making money.
Investor behavior and benchmarking will be explored during a three-year, $1 million research project sponsored by Natixis.
Housing starts, personal consumption expenditure and durable good orders show the truth, says portfolio manager Dawn Bennett.
Individual investors are plowing money back into the U.S. stock market just as professional strategists say gains for this year are over.
Investment managers and goalkeepers are compelled to take action – even when it doesn’t add value, says this MFS analyst.
Investors may still be able to profit from the 2008 financial crisis, says a top-performing Pimco bond manager.
Developed by Yale researchers, this measure is not well known among advisors, but it is a key way to tell whether an actively managed fund is worth the price, say investment analysts.
Investors are losing their nerve in the stock market amid selling that has sent some industries down the most since 2008. In the past, that’s been a signal to buy.
Margie Patel and Mark Yusko couldn’t disagree more about investing in the U.S.—and in emerging markets—going forward.
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