Ritholtz: Why So Many Hate This Recovery
No matter how much the economy improves, a good number of people insist it hasn’t. Three important factors are at work.
Is the Economy Ready for a Rate Hiking Cycle?
They say history repeats itself. But when it comes to the first interest rate hike since 2006, perhaps it doesn’t.
Fed Minutes Signal Likely Rate Hike in December
A majority of Fed officials have said they expect to raise interest rates this year for the first time since 2006.
PIMCO Dethroned as Emerging-Market Bond King
Stone Harbor Fund rises to top of emerging market heap, as PIMCO is battered by strong dollar and big bets on Brazil.
Investing in Energy ETPs: The Effect of Contango & Backwardation
It may not be advisable to simply buy-and-hold energy exchange-traded products, but rather as a tactical component of a portfolio.
Guess What? Obama’s Keystone Pipeline Decision Can Be Reversed
The Keystone pipeline story might not be over yet, since a new president can reverse Obama's decision with relatively low legal risk.
Oil Tycoon Pickens’ Holdings Shrink in Prolonged Downturn
T. Boone Pickens reversed course in the third quarter by slimming down his energy holdings and selling several stocks he’d bought just three months earlier.
More Than 80% of Fund Managers See December Rate Hike: Poll
That's up from October, when only 43% of managers predicted a hike this year, Merrill says.
Malkiel: Why Emerging Markets Investing Is Well Worth the Risk
Adding emerging markets to a global portfolio could reduce risk, while CAPE data suggests EM could yield attractive long-term returns, Burton Malkiel writes on ThinkAdvisor.
Maybe Financial Markets Have Been Wrong All Along
The disappearing value premium suggests that stock prices might not be the best available estimate of a company’s value after all.