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A transformation is underway in fixed income, driven by the rise of electronic bond trading. Here’s a look at how the market structure is evolving and the potential impact on emerging markets bonds.
The fallout from recent market volatility included a series of corporate bond downgrades, expanding the fallen angel universe. We believe this helps make it an attractive time to invest in fallen angels.
The pending merger of two small-cap gold miners, SSR Mining and Alacer Gold, may result in a better company that is able to generate higher shareholder returns.
Charles Rotblut, CFA, VP and AAII Journal Editor joins Ed Lopez on Trends with Benefits to discuss how investors have reacted to recent market volatility, investor sentiment and the potential bargains in small cap stocks.
In the ongoing debate between emerging markets vs. developed, we examine growth drivers and valuations to assess which is more compelling for global investors now and why.
In order to understand why premiums and discounts can occur in ETFs, investors first need to understand the basics of ETF pricing.
RAAX remains convinced that we are in the midst of a bear market and continues to seek shelter in an ultra-conservative portfolio of U.S. Treasury bills and gold bullion.
EM Activity – Lift Off?
China’s Economic Growth: Drip Stimulus Brings Results
China – Rebound Confirmed, Bumps Remain
Podcast: Build a Greener Portfolio with Green Bonds
Moat Index De-FAANGed Further
China – More Drip Stimulus Measures
Mexico Central Bank – Dovish but Prudent
Turkey – Finally A Hawkish Surprise
What Fallen Angel Bonds Offer a Portfolio
Barron’s: A Golden Opportunity for Two Small-Cap Miners
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