Portfolio Manager Michael Gayed discusses leading signals, tactical investment strategies, and the importance of effective diversification.
Andrew Wang returned to Market Overtime with Nicole Petallides to discuss the impact of rising inflation on your long-term portfolio.
Scott Bennett shares why he left a 16-year career as a financial planner to launch the Invest With Rules newsletter that helps investors find stocks that billion dollar fund managers are buying.
Kevin Carter shares his path as an investor and entrepreneur who founded EMQQ, The Emerging Markets Internet & Ecommerce ETF.
With stocks trading at all-time highs, many investors are sitting on significant capital gains and may have positions that become untradable because of the potential tax implications. Whether the stock has appreciated over many years or accumulated as a company executive, dealing with a stock with a huge unrealized gain can become a good problem to have.
We all know that China has risen to the 2nd largest economy in the world; however how many China A-Share stocks do you own? The answer may surprise you. The answer is likely none. Even if you own an international ETF or mutual fund, the fact is that the main benchmark index MSCI doesn't include any China A-Share stocks from the Shanghai or Shenzhen exchanges, the 3rd and 8th largest in the world.
Today I want to give you a tip to keep you out of trouble: never invest in something that you don't understand. That includes bitcoin, MLPs, annuities, structured products and even stocks. This may seem obvious but I have seen people make this simple mistake because they are chasing the hottest thing in the moment. Early in my career, it was internet stocks. People were buying companies with no earnings and no business plan and
Back in 2013, China's President Xi Jinping announced the One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative to modernize infrastructure along the ancient Silk Road trading routes. This policy is poised to reshaped the 21st century economy. The project is a potential win win for China and its surrounding neighbors. For China, it seeks to create trade and investment opportunity in infrastructure and construction providing China with a new channel to broaden its export market. For its
Thank you Ky Trang Ho for quoting Runnymede in her Forbes article published today. An excerpt is below.
Thanks to Uncle David for forwarding a CNBC article on how famed hedge fund manager Stan Druckenmiller raised his stakes in Chinese companies in the last quarter. According to recent 13-F filings, his firm Duquesne Capital bought Chinese consumer and tech stocks in the second quarter.