Equities/Equity Funds

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Paulson's $1 Billion Caribbean Empire Faces Crisis And Betrayal

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Billionaire John Paulson is facing a new wave of lawsuits that strike at the heart of his Puerto Rico enterprises.

Volatility Market Flashes Stock Warning In Fresh VIX Inversion

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The signal comes amid worries that Israel's war with Hamas will spark a bigger conflict.

Stanford's $40.9 Billion Fund Tops Elite Rivals With 4.4% Return

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Stanford's returns, like those of similar schools, have significantly trailed the gains in the S&P 500.

Wall Street Strategists Sound Alarm On Worsening Profit Outlook

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Upcoming results will further reveal how companies have managed headwinds such as higher interest rates.

Beware The New Treasury Buyers Sparking Fear In World's Largest Bond Market

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Price-sensitive investors like hedge funds are piling in.

Wall Street's Biggest Bull Sees S&P Rising 13% More By Year End

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Oppenheimer CIO John Stoltzfus said higher interest rates are not a major problem for stocks.

BlackRock Clients Pull $13 Billion From Long-Term Funds

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Clients added $15 billion to the firm's separate business of cash-management and money-market funds.

Options Are The Hottest Trade On Wall Street

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Retail investors are flocking to options as a relatively cheap way to bet on stocks.

Emerging-Market Stocks Sink To Lowest Since 1987 Relative To U.S. Equities

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Israel's retaliation against attacks by Hamas has sparked fears of a broader conflict between the U.S. and Iran.

Stock Market Can't Ignore Impact Of Rates On Earnings This Season

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Some $820 billion of U.S. and European non-financial corporate bonds are maturing in the next 12 months.

A Hot Options Trade Is Muting Wall Street's Famous Fear Gauge

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Options-selling strategies are sucking in billions of dollars like never before.

Hedging Power Of Treasurys Tested By Recent Bond Selloff

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The 60/40 strategy is on track for a third straight month of losses after dropping nearly 4% in September.

Schwab's Sonders Sees A Recession As 'More Likely Than Not'

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The U.S. economy has undergone deep, lasting changes since the start of the pandemic, she said during a panel discussion.

TIPS, Alts, International Securities Are Vital Today, Strategists Say

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A panel of strategists said the investing environment underscores the need for diversification.

Veteran Money Manager Who Has Shunned China Stocks Sees More Underperformance

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Extreme pessimism about China's economy among foreign investors may take a while to unwind.

Only An Equities Crash Can Rescue The Bond Market, Barclays Says

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The rout in Treasurys has sent shockwaves through the global bond market in recent months.

Alternatives Can Replace 60/40 in Retirement Planning, Davidow Says

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Alt investments can provide the non-correlated assets that stocks and bonds have failed to deliver, he said.

Despite The S&P 500, We Are In A Bear Market, Say Veteran Long-Short Managers

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Just 10 stocks have driven the S&P 500 higher, they said.

Here's Why A 5% US Yield Would Stress Out Global Markets

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Higher borrowing costs for longer mean financial conditions will tighten even without further action from policymakers.

S&P 500 Faces A Make-Or-Break Moment

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Technical traders are concerned that the index will break its 200-day moving average, which sits around 4,204.

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