by Patrick Rudden, AllianceBernstein A famous Business Week article, “The Death of Equities,” concluded, “Today, the old attitude of buying solid stocks as a cornerstone for one’s ...Read more Comments Off on The Death of Equities Redux
by Russ Koesterich, iShares While recent market weakness, and the accompanying bond market rally, has tempered fears of an imminent bond market meltdown, many equity investors are ...Read more Comments Off on How Rising Rates Will Affect Stocks (Koesterich)
Standard Chartered Securities' Rahul Singh, Nipun Mehta, HDFC's VK Sharma, and O(x)us Securities Chairman, Surjit Bhalla, weigh in on India's powerful market rally, and its sustainability, followed up ...Read more Comments Off on India Market and Economic Update: "Can India's Rally Be Sustained?"
I often use the 50-day moving average as an indicator of the secondary trend of a stock market, and the 200-day moving average as an indicator of the ...Read more Comments Off on Global Stock Market Moving Averages: Tide Lifts Some Boats More than Others
Hedge Fund Redemptions Surging? by Leo Kolivakis, Pension Pulse Here is something that caught my attention. Svea Herbst-Bayliss of Reuters reports, Hedge fund redemptions surge after losses: Hedge ...Read more Comments Off on Hedge Fund Redemptions Surging?
The article below is a guest contribution by Guy Lerner, writer of the Technical Take blog. In aggregate, investor sentiment is neutral. The “dumb money” and Rydex market ...Read more Comments Off on Investor Sentiment: Another Case of Selling Low and Buying High?
The Next Investment Catalyst? Accelerating Economic Growth?? by James Paulsen, Chief Investment Strategist, Wells Capital Management (Wells Fargo) November 2011 At least for the time being, the stock ...Read more Comments Off on James Paulsen: Investment Outlook (November 2011)