Investors spend a lot of time thinking about buying shares, says John Stepek. But they should consider their selling strategy too.
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The “inverted yield curve” is an unusually reliable indicator of impending recession. Ben Bernanke, former Fed chairman, thinks it’s nothing to worry about. He’s wrong, says John Stepek. Here’s why.
Why aren’t markets as efficient as theory tells us they should be? Tennis odds give us a clue, says John Stepek.
Income investors who rely on UK stocks and funds are missing out on the fastest-growing source of income in the world – the dividends of Asia-Pacific companies.
The latest data suggests inflation is gathering strength. It could give a nasty jolt to markets preoccupied with trade wars, political uncertainty and weakening global growth.
Matthew Partridge looks at what 2015 film The Big Short can teach investors about the pros and cons of leverage.
Global fund managers are getting nervous, and are holding on to their cash. But that might actually be good for the markets, says John Stepek. Here’s why.