When Is Risky Investing Safe and Safe Investing Risky? Now.
At Envestnet Summit, Zachary Karabell says advisors and investors shouldn’t put much stock into what central bankers say about the valuation of equities.
Bargains Still Exist in International Equities
While the U.S. may offer the "most stable” of investing environments, other countries can still offer good options, argues Jeff Cedarholm of Longview Financial Advisors. “I’ve always used a global fund," he says, "as an anchor fund."
Swiss Franc Cap Lift Sends Currencies Tumbling
Switzerland threw the financial world into chaos when, on Jan. 15, its central bank lifted the cap on its currency.
Why Warren Buffett’s Values Make Berkshire a Value
Can Berkshire survive the absence of Buffett, or should investors bail out before nature or changing life priorities take their course?
Defensive and Cyclical Swiss Equities Prove to Be Good Investments
As global uncertainty prevails and investors seek safe havens, Swiss equities and the Swiss franc have benefited and will continue to do so.
Global Dividends Up 12% on US, Developed Market Strength
Dividends increased almost 12% in the second quarter, according to a report released Monday by Henderson Global Investors.
5 Market Investing Tips for Rest of 2014
The strongest performing groups in the equity sector so far in 2014 could be promising in the coming months.
New World, New Opportunities
The world has changed for investors, more than most advisors might realize.
China Cracks Down on Foreign Pharmaceutical Companies for Price Fixing
A storm is brewing in China, as the country has begun a series of crackdowns on various industries for offenses ranging from bribery to price fixing.
Stolid Switzerland’s Different Path
Both the U.S. and Switzerland are pulling out of the post-2008 global economic slump on the wave of speculative bubbles. But while Washington is stoking its bubble, hoping for faster growth, the Swiss are working to prevent theirs from getting out of hand.