Investment gurus

It's not been all bad news for emerging markets

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Emerging markets have had a tough year. Still, as investment guru Jeffrey Gundlach notes, they’ve still outperformed global indices.

Ray Dalio: the warning light is flickering

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A full-blown crisis may not be imminent, but investors should nevertheless be wary.

Jim Rogers: what to buy now

Jim Rogers

Commodities will shine again, says professional investor Jim Rogers – but there are still some equity markets worth putting your money into.

Scott Minerd: the collapse in corporate credit

Scott Minerd, chief investment officer, Guggenheim Partners © Getty Images

The slide and collapse in investment-grade credit has begun, says Scott Minerd, chief investment officer of Guggenheim Partners.

David Stockman: Trump is playing with fire

David Stockman, former US government budget director

It’s safe to say that David Stockman, former US government budget director, is not impressed by President Donald Trump

Steve Eisman: I'll short Britain if Corbyn gets in

Steve Eisman, managing director, Neuberger Berman Group

Steve Eisman has a basket of about 50 stocks he would short if Britain ends up with a “Trotskyite” prime minister.

Paul Volcker: the US is in a "hell of a mess"

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Paul Volcker, former chair of America’s central bank, isn’t happy about the state of the USA.

David Rosenberg: nothing beats the Fed

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Following the 1987 crash, the Fed cut rates rapidly, establish the so-called “Greenspan Put”. Investors can expect no such repeat.

Albert Edwards: investors are facing the four horsemen of the apocalypse

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The big four issues facing markets right now: a jump in US bond yields; an escalating trade war; weakening emerging-market currencies; and the battle in the eurozone over Italy’s budget plans.

Felix Zulauf: the world of managed economies

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Wealth manager Felix Zulauf reckons we can wave goodbye to free-market economies.

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