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CEO Jan van Eck discusses how the firm is positioned for the current environment, the ETF ecosphere, China and the Federal Reserve bond buying program in this MarketWatch Q&A.
A recent Morningstar paper explores the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index’s performance after drawdowns. We’re tracking how these dynamics play out for some of the latest additions to the index.
Host of Trends with Benefits, Ed Lopez, discusses the startup and venture capital landscape with Howard Lindzon and how Howard has successfully navigated the complex world of alternative investing.
Emerging markets corporate high yield bond spreads continue to stand out following the March-April selloff, while the yield pickup compared to U.S. high yield corporate bonds remains wide.
Traditional trend following had little chance of getting defensive early into the recent sell-off. Given the market’s tendency for strong rebounds after major sell-offs, is it better to wait than react?
Financials, Not Fundamentals, Drive Gold
China – “On a Tear”
South Africa – Silver Lining Amidst Weak Growth
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
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