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Ukraine likely to present buying opportunities, strategists say
Although it could have severe effects on Russian ruble, they're betting the crisis will be settled peaceably.
Stocks continue rally as safe haven moves slow
Breakfast with Benjamin:Stocks continue to rally after Putin weighs in while one Fed official hopes for a quicker taper. Also: Obama's budget met with groans, the Comcast-Time Warner deal isn't done yet, Credit Suisse expanding in Asia and Facebook's drone dreams
U.S. stocks fall amid global equities selloff on Ukraine
U.S. stocks sank, tracking a global selloff in equities, as investors sought havens on concern that Russia's military presence in Ukraine could lead to a larger conflict. How long and deep could it go?
Investors not buying gold bounce despite Ukraine tension
The yellow metal is back in the spotlight, but strategists say that despite Ukraine tension, a long-term comeback is not in the cards. Plus: Ukraine worries sink stocks.
Advisers must answer for emerging-markets rout as U.S. stocks rally
Many see opportunities in stocks and bonds but security of selection has become paramount.
Proposed A-shares ETFs could transform investors' approach to China
Filling the pipeline of SEC filings are more than a dozen new ETFs that could potentially change the way investors access Chinese stocks. The proposed funds, which total at least 15 — mostly from Van Eck Associates and Deutsche Bank AG — promise to offer ETF investors fine-grained exposure to the
Fidelity, DoubleLine take different emerging-markets bond approach but have something in common
Managers use U.S. dollar-denominated bonds, avoid 2013's slide in developing-country currencies.
Holding cash and making no excuses
First Eagle's Kimball Brooker Jr. says the stock market is fairly to fully priced but has pockets of opportunity. Still, he's got a 20% cash position and is making no excuses for it.
It's a stock pickers' game in emerging markets
If you're OK with volatility and want emerging-markets exposure, you need to pick your spots carefully, says Templeton Investment Counsel's president.
Emerging markets activity shows portfolio diversification key to performance
Among all the noise over interest rates, economic growth and overextended equity market valuations, advisers could be missing the biggest risk: Ignoring the basics.
Emerging-markets fixed income: A constructive view for the discriminating eye
Fundamentals remain solid, valuations have improved but significant risks remain.
Emerging markets bloodbath highlights up-and-comer ETFs
Nearly $20 billion has flowed out of emerging-market exchange-traded funds in the last 13 months ($10 billion in just the past six weeks). But these ETFs focused have taken in about $6.5 billion.
Pros panic while retail investors stay cool
As strategists warned of calamity, investors dropped $3B a week into emerging-market funds.
Bull market lifts average 401(k) balance above $89K
Breakfast with Benjamin: The average 401(k) balance tops $89K. Plus: Comcast buying Time Warner, Fink likes emerging markets while Buffet shuns Graham Holdings, California drought hits agriculture stocks, and the ultimate smart car.
Advisers play defense after bumpy week as jobs report disappoints
Spike in volatility unnerves clients; some staying the course in anticipation of recovery.
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February 27, 2014