Top-rated economist Francois Trahan is sounding very bullish on stocks — particularly small stocks — and the big reason is the US’s positioning relative to the rest of the world.
Every day, Validea.com uses John Reese’s Guru Strategy investing models to rank dozens of industries using a myriad of financial and fundamental data. The rankings include a value index, a growth index, and an overall index that takes both growth and value factors into account. Here’s a look at some of the current top-rated industries.
Top fund manager David Herro thinks emerging-market stocks remain overpriced, but he thinks there is a way for investors to benefit from emerging market growth.
Some have been wondering whether the amount of initial public offerings recently is a sign of euphoric sentiment in the market. But Kenneth Fisher says it’s not the number of IPOs that matters, but the type.
After saying that he made a “huge mistake” by investing in the firm, Warren Buffett is now decreasing Berkshire Hathaway’s stake in grocery giant Tesco.
Hoisington Investment Management has been successfully betting on Treasury bonds since the late 1990s, helping put its Wasatch-Hoisington US Treasury fund in the top 1% of funds in its class over the past decade as interest rates have tumbled, according to Morningstar. And it doesn’t see interest rates rising anytime soon.