Will European Stocks Get Second Life in 2015? Searching for Alpha for January 2015
European stocks are cheap, so the downside risk of owning them is muted.
How to Capitalize on Three Emerging Macro Trends
Salient Partners looks to benefit from continued deleveraging, increased energy production in North America, and the demographics of emerging markets.
In Reversal, Gundlach Bullish on Treasuries
The famed money manager has reversed his once-bearish stance on government debt.
Roubini: Sequester Could Mean Another Downgrade
Perma-pessimist Nouriel Roubini says that despite efforts to downplay the effects of the coming automatic spending cuts, the impact will be significant.
Marc Faber: Keynesians Will Be Punished
Marc Faber says that "regardless of what the markets do, near-term, a correction is overdue" on the S&P 500.
Will Gold Lose Its Luster in 2013? Commodities Outlook
Many analysts are generally bullish on commodities for 2013, expecting rises in precious-metals prices, but the World Bank disagrees with the consensus.
Goldman President Cohn Will ‘Probably Read’ Op-Ed Writer’s Tell-All Book
Is all forgiven? Probably not.
How to Create Your Election Portfolio
It won’t be long before the presidential election is upon us. Will your portfolio be ready? Analysts from Russell, OppenheimerFunds and more say how to reposition portfolios before Nov. 6.
PIMCO’s El-Erian Reveals Four Greatest Risks to Global Economy
Mohamed El-Erian of PIMCO detailed the four most pressing issues affecting the global economy. Surprisingly, China was listed fourth.
ECB Battle: Draghi vs. Weidmann
ECB President Mario Draghi is challenging Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann’s opposition to a plan for the ECB to reenter the bond markets.