Negative Territory

Negative Territory

Housing: Good Vibrations (Sonders)

Housing: Good Vibrations (Sonders)
  July 30, 2012 by Liz Ann Sonders, Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Key Points Household formations are moving higher but housing ...
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3 reasons Eurozone's investors love Danish bonds

3 reasons Eurozone's investors love Danish bonds
  by Sober Look Would you pay Denmark's government 0.6% to hold your money for two years? Sounds strange, but that's exactly what investors are now doing. Denmark's ...
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Gold, Gold Miners Float Higher on Eurozone Concerns and Weakness (June 4, 2012)

Gold, Gold Miners Float Higher on Eurozone Concerns and Weakness  (June 4, 2012)
Gold Market Radar (June 4, 2012) For the week, spot gold closed at $1,624.10 up $51.07 per ounce, or 3.3 percent.  Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE ...
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Bursting the TIPs Bubble (Koesterich)

Bursting the TIPs Bubble (Koesterich)
Call #1: Negative TIPS in the long term; Maintain neutral TIPS in the near term Recently, investors have been piling into US inflation-linked bonds, or TIPS, as part ...
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Stock Price Correction Mostly Played Out, But Duration Could Go Longer (BCA)

Stock Price Correction Mostly Played Out, But Duration Could Go Longer (BCA)
In the context of this macro-economic climate, BCA Research says that investors will need to become more tactically involved in asset allocation, than they needed to be during ...
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Emerging Markets Cheat Sheet (April 4, 2011)

Emerging Markets Cheat Sheet (April 4, 2011)
Emerging Markets Cheat Sheet (April 4, 2011) Strengths As the Shanghai copper price improves, the Shanghai/LME spread is coming out of negative territory. Bank Indonesia has been using ...
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Can Japan Make a Comeback? (Mobius)

Can Japan Make a Comeback? (Mobius)
This article is a guest contribution by Mark Mobius, Vice-chairman, Franklin Templeton Investments. On a recent trip to Japan, I stopped in Tokyo and one of the questions ...
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Curious Move in United States Oil Fund (USO)

Curious Move in United States Oil Fund (USO)
By Dian L. Chu, Economic Forecasts & Opinions United States Oil Fund (USO) was a big mover on Friday jumping 3.69% to $35.65, outperforming other ETFs. The fund ...
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China to the Rescue

China to the Rescue
This article is a guest contribution from Econompic Data. The bull's case has been that the emerging market growth will more than make up for stagnant growth in ...
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Rebecca Wilder’s economic updates (April 23 – 30): The good, the bad and the ugly

Rebecca Wilder’s economic updates (April 23 – 30): The good, the bad and the ugly
This post is a guest contribution by Rebecca Wilder*, author of the of the News N Economics blog. The 2009 global economy is still contracting quickly, as shown ...
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