June 2019

Value investing might have lost its value. The classic factor investing strategy of picking stocks with cheap book valuation, embraced by the legendary Warren Buffett, has become increasingly irrelevant thanks to central banks and technology, according to AB Bernstein. The long period of low interest rates is the first to blame for the demise of…

Read More Is value investing dead? It might be and here’s what killed it

Wall Street’s top rated economist Ed Hyman just called the yield-curve inversion “the number one” market risk, and this chart shows why. Going back to 1986, when the yield curve turned flatter drastically and eventually inverted, the S&P 500 tends to go into a downward spiral within the next 12 months, according to The Leuthold…

Read More This chart shows why everyone on Wall Street is so worried about the yield curve

It can be difficult to tell what you should risk while trading your account. Some sources say no more than 2% or your account, others say no more than 3 or 4 % of your account. The actually percentage doesnt matter as much as the mindset behind the percentage. You need to be conservative as…

Read More Risk of Forex Trading

The last few years has seen the steady rise of the popularity of trading the Forex market. It makes one wonder what makes traders all over the world view the Forex market as the ultimate investment opportunity, compared to the futures and stock market. Maybe is it because unlike these other two markets, Forex is…

Read More Forex Trading vs Stock Trading

Equity investors have struggled to interpret whether low yields are signalling a coming recession, or merely the anticipation that the Federal Reserve will soon cut interest rates. But one thing is clear: as the yield on government debt falls, dividend-paying stocks become more attractive. In fact, yields have fallen so precipitously that the average dividend…

Read More Dividend paying value stocks attract investors as bond yields steadily decline

REUTERS/Stringer   Investors pulled $14.6 billion out of emerging markets in May — the largest monthly EM outflow in six years, according to the Institute of International Finance. The trade war between the US and China “impacted equity flows heavily,” the IIF said. Visit Markets Insider’s homepage for more stories. The trade war between the…

Read More The US-China trade war just sparked a $14.6 billion exodus from emerging markets