Grantham: 10 Quick Thoughts to Ruin Your Summer
Jeremy Grantham lists the “potential threats to our well-being” in GMO’s quarterly letter.
Ritholtz: Stop Thinking About the Market as if It Were Human
The language we use to describe market moves changes both our expectations and our behavior.
Oil Warning: The Crash Could Be the Worst in More Than 45 Years
There's only one thing holding back a price rebound. It's a big thing.
Energy Part 2: ETFs and Mutual Funds
In today’s challenging markets, many investors are turning to sector investing. The energy sector may be a good place to begin for two reasons.
Oil Guru Who Called 2014 Slump Sees a Return to $100 Crude
Gary Ross of PIRA Energy Group says oil markets aren’t nearly as oversupplied as many believe.
Spotlight on Brazil: Policy Changes Needed to Deal With Macro Challenges
In the second half of this year, when ongoing macroeconomic issues are expected to impact most emerging economies, policy strength will be key.
SEC Enforcement: Napkin-Eating Broker Settles; Ponzi Funds Used for Porn
Also, a hedge fund manager admits to providing bad data, which affected recording of 552 million shares.
Refiners Race to Make Cheap Oil Into Gasoline
Record driving and plenty of oil are making this the best summer to make fuel in at least a decade.
Is Asia-Pacific Timberland a Growth Sector?
Investors who follow wood and wood products know the market forces affecting the sector are many and varied.
Mutual Fund Performance in Q2 Barely in the Black: Lipper
Global stocks beat U.S. equities in the second quarter; mixed-asset funds head into the red.