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Bob Doll: Onward and upward for the market
Last week U.S. equities advanced as the S&P 500 increased by 1.3%.1 We have been amazed by the market's ability to continue to rally in an environment in which sales growth has been anemic and earnings gains have been largely based on companies' abilities to manage margins and utilize financial
Pimco's Gross: There will be haircuts
Negative real rates, inflation, currency devaluation, capital controls and outright default are the barber's scissors
Blackstone's Wien: Market's strength is surprising
Almost everyone thought it would be different this time. In 2010, 2011 and 2012 both the economy and the stock market were robust in the first quarter, but suffered slowdowns or corrections afterward. “Sell in May and go away” became a part of the consciousness of every portfolio manager. In spite
Guru: Secular bear market isn't over
The market has made new highs recently, but the secular bear market that began in 2000 isn't over, according to Ed Easterling, president of Crestmont Holdings LLC, and a guru of long-term market cycles.
Bull market? Secular bear market of 2000 isn't over yet, says Easterling
Crestmont president says investors can expect normal to below-average returns for five to 10 years
Glass seen as half-full for equities
Many of the concerns that moderated Russell's capital market expectations going into 2013 failed to materialize in the first quarter of 2013. The most prominent concerns were over European Union instability and the potentially destabilizing “event” of the U.S. fiscal cliff. The destabilization
Can Google predict the market? Research offers clues
Get this: Researchers say investors can use Google to make money off the stock market. Jeff Benjamin provides the details.
Five warning signs of a market correction
There are no positive fundamentals driving the U.S. stock market. No one has ever gotten rich by chasing markets by buying at the top, which is how this market feels….but it seems everybody feels they can't afford to miss being in the U.S. equity markets. People should instead be focused on the
The start of a market pullback?
In case anyone was wondering what the next market correction will look like, this is it, according to one financial adviser.
If this feels like the start of a market pullback, that's because it is
If this feels like the start of a pullback in stocks, that's because it is. But Jeff Benjamin says a healthy reversal doesn't mean the end of the bull market.
Investors pile into equities
Optimism abounds among individual investors, setting the stage for another stock market milestone.
The Takeaway: Now coming to the main stage - emerging markets!
PortfolioJeff Gundlach unveiled his new short idea today at the DoubleLine luncheon: ( Barron's )Emerging markets may finally participate in the rally after drastic underperformance. ( Global Macro Monitor )Even the best managers in history have a surprisingly low margin of market outperformance
Alcoa now seen as tin-plated bellwether
Once seen as an accurate barometer of the state of corporate America, Alcoa has lost its relevance to stock market watchers.
U.S. stock market's irrational exuberance
The last time the Dow had 10 straight gains was in 1996 and it just achieved this again recently. Weeks prior to the last time in 1996, former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan famously said the markets were possibly experiencing irrational exuberance. Sixteen years later, here we are again and there is
Is Jeffrey Gundlach a leading indicator?
DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach may be the best market prognosticator in decades, writes Jason Kephart.
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