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Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Case of Jamal Khashoggi Puts Financial Ties to Saudis Under Strain
CEOs pulling out of the "Davos in the Desert" conference is one thing; giving up investment or business opportunities in the kingdom is much more difficult.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Don't Be Fooled by Low Unemployment: The Jobs Recovery Still Has Room to Run
There is still significant slack remaining in the U.S. economy, despite the low unemployment rate.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Don't Expect Gas Prices to Enjoy the Usual Post-Summer Drop
U.S. sanctions on Iran, the rift between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, and possibly higher ethanol content will unsettle gas prices for a while.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

How to Invest in Gold—Whether You're Playing the Upside or the Downside
Investing in the yellow metal is often tricky, particularly in turbulent markets. Here's how investors can play the upside or the downside.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Invesco CEO Martin Flanagan on the OppenheimerFunds Acquisition
Invesco confirmed that it would buy active asset manager OppenheimerFunds, shoring up its position amid a trying period for the fund industry

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

It's Time to Bet on British Stocks — Even With Brexit Looming
Britain's economy is strong, stocks are inexpensive relative to those in the U.S., and when the Brexit drama passes, the pound sterling should rise.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Short-Term Bonds Are Looking Much Better
The two-year U.S. Treasury note is now yielding about 2.87%, compared with the average S&P 500 dividend of 1.9%

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

The Real Problem With China's Falling Stocks May Be Real Estate
China stocks hurt by U.S. tariffs affect a narrow sliver of the population. But a crisis of confidence could easily infect a bubbly property market.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Under Armour Stock Can Triple. Here's How
It could be a good time to take a fresh look at Under Armour stock as a contrarian bet—before margins improve and Wall Street warms to the turnaround plan.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

What to Blame as Housing Drags on the Economy
Higher interest rates aren't the only factors hurting housing.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

You Probably Bought Your iPhone With This Bank's Help. Its Stock Is Worth Buying, Too
Citizens Financial is one of the few regional banks with a growing loan portfolio. A deal with Apple is only one of the reasons.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Stocks Post Mixed Results After Huge Moves
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 104.35 points, or 0.4%, to 25444.34 last week, while the S&P 500 squeaked out a 0.65 point rise to 2767.78, and even the Nasdaq Composite finished off just 0.6%, to 7449.03.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Stocks Will Rally More Than 10% in 2019, Big Money Poll Predicts
Our twice-yearly survey finds professional investors bullish on U.S. equities and economic growth, even with interest rates rising

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

How to Play Preferred Stock as Yields Rise
Issues from big banks like Bank of America and JPMorgan are yielding close to 6%. How investors can best play this market.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

How to Play the Boom in Baby Boomers
After delaying for years, baby boomers finally look like they're ready to retire.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Emerging Markets Roundtable: Today's Pain Could Be Tomorrow's Gain
What to make of stocks' ugly selloff? Our roundtable panelists see values surfacing from China and Russia to Mexico and Brazil.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

‘Shame on Them.' Fund Companies Got Sued By Their Own Employees Over Pricey 401(k) Plans.
Current lawsuits allege that BlackRock, Fidelity, Invesco, T. Rowe Price, and others are charging their own employees too much for the funds in their retirement plans.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

31 Years After Black Monday, the Fed Still Plays a Supporting Role in the Market
Investors may soon have to adjust to life sans the Greenspan put.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

A Hard Brexit Is Looking More and More Like a Big Mess
There are lots of critical financial ties linking the U.K. and the EU. A divorce without agreements in place will create chaos and confusion. Here are four issues to be addressed to avoid calamity.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

A New Way to Rank the Risks of the Big Tech Stocks
The biggest technology stocks are driving the market higher, but investors ignore the risk at their own peril. Here's how Barron's is assessing the FAANGs now.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

A Texas Real Estate Developer Has a New Financing Trick. But the IRS Doesn't Buy It.
A real estate developer may have invented a creative twist in project financing—but that innovation is now mired in a tax dispute and litigation.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Alan Greenspan on What Trump Gets Wrong and Sweden Gets Right
The former Federal Reserve chief sat down with Barron's to discuss what he's worried about. It's not a short list.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 26, 2019

Alibaba, Tencent, and Baidu Are Down, Not Out
Our emerging-markets roundtable assess the prospects for China's three internet giants.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 03, 2019

Kraft Heinz and Other Big Food Stocks Have Been Hammered, but that Doesn't Make Them Bargains
Cost-cutting got the blame for the recent troubles at Kraft Heinz, but the issues with packaged food brands are much more complicated. Here's what's working and what's not in the food aisle.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 02, 2019

Kraft Heinz and Other Big Food Stocks Have Been Hammered but that Doesn't Make them Bargains
Cost-cutting got the blame for the recent troubles at Kraft Heinz, but the issues with packaged food brands are much more complicated. Here's what's working and what's not in the food aisle.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 02, 2019

Vanguard, SoFi Lead the Latest Charge to Cut Fund Fees
Vanguard lops the price of its S&P 500 ETF, while start-up SoFi aims to launch two funds that charge zero

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 02, 2019

The New Foldable Phones Could Be the Next Big Thing
Samsung's Galaxy Fold and Huawei's Mate X represent smartphone makers' first real innovation in years. But will customers pay up for the latest tech?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 02, 2019

What's Eating Weight Watchers Stock
The troubled company's CEO finds a scapegoat for some of its woes—the keto diet and the treats whipped up by its adherents. Don't cry for Oprah.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 02, 2019

Stocks Sprint to Best Start in 28 Years
Market jumps 11% in January and February, following its worst December since 1931.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 02, 2019

Do Budget Deficits Matter? Not to Today's Left or Right
Two conflicting economic philosophies are united by one theme: disregard for the heavier fiscal burden that future generations would bear.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Gold's Four-Month Winning Streak on the Line Today
The precious metal is in jeopardy of a loss as February ends. Where does the price go from here?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Jim Grant: The Danger Lurking in the Fed's Monetary Policy
Practices once considered radical have eliminated any margin of safety in large parts of the fixed-income market

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

The Fed Faces a New World
Congressional pressure could be shifting from fighting phantom inflation to boosting wages

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

10 Stocks With Safe, Generous Dividends
We started with S&P 500 stocks whose yields exceed 3%. Then we narrowed down the list with the help of index provider Reality Shares.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

An Apple Supplier That Can Thrive Even If iPhone Sales Don't
Optical components maker Lumentum's reduced guidance last fall offered the first sign of the smartphone's faltering sales. That now looks like a hiccup as the Apple supplier's sales and earnings continue to grow, making the stock a bargain.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Why Big Pharma Is Diving Into Gene Therapy
Emerging revolutionary treatments promise possible cures for diseases like hemophilia and muscular dystrophy—and opportunities for investors

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

The Single Woman's Guide to Retirement Planning
The complexities of retirement planning arguably are greater for single women than married couples or widows. Here's what to consider.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Don't Count on Visa and Mastercard Winning in China
Local competition, plus a shift to payments by smartphone, will prevent any quick payoff for investors in the U.S. duo

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Why L Brands Stock Is Still Not a Buy
L Brands said "everything is on the table" when it comes to rejuvenating the Victoria's Secret brand. It still might not be enough.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

The Dow Just Had Its Best Two Months in Years — and There Could Be More to Come
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 11.1% in January and February, its best two months since August 2009.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Ferrari's Stock Could Keep Speeding Ahead
The maker of high-priced sports cars has been steadily improving its financial performance in recent years, meaning the stock can still run higher, even after nearly doubling in the past couple of years.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

How the New Tax Law Will Affect You—and How to Lower Your Bill Next Year
The 2017 tax law eliminated or capped many deductions, but made up for it by doubling the standard deduction and nearly eliminating the alternative minimum tax. Will you benefit, or pay more? Here's what to expect.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Kraft Heinz and Other Big Food Stocks Have Been Hammered, but That Doesn't Make them a Bargain
Cost-cutting got the blame for the recent troubles at Kraft Heinz, but the issues with packaged food brands are much more complicated. Here's what's working and what's not in the food aisle.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Income Ideas From Every Corner of the Market
Franklin Income fund manager Ed Perks invests in companies he likes, and chooses the securities he likes most—stocks, bonds, convertibles—for the best combination of income and total return.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

ESG Returns Eventually Will Win Over Critics
Harvard Business School's George Serafeim argues that the ESG approach gradually will persuade doubters who believe it is more socially than financially responsible

Barron's This Week Magazine
Mar 01, 2019

Intel and 2 Other Stock Picks From a Tech Analyst
Pierre Ferragu of Newstreet Research is excited by new technology, but not as an investment. Stick with the semiconductor equipment makers, he says—they are evolving to fuel the entire industry.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 28, 2019

Warren Buffett Hung On to Kraft Heinz Stock. Here's How to Handle Your Shares.
This options strategy could help holders weather a further selloff, or even make money from the packaged-foods company's dead-money shares.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

The Cold War in Tech Is Real and Investors Can't Ignore It
Fraying relations between the U.S. and China go beyond trade. These are the stocks on the battle's front lines.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Why Microsoft and Nvidia Could Be Added to the FANGs
You may think the market loves a tech company for what it is, but sometimes the market cares more about a stock's style.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

1 Fund Avoided the Kraft Heinz Stock Bloodbath and It's Because of ESG Investing
Some big names have been caught up in the Kraft Heinz vortex, including Warren Buffett. But not this fund manager.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Stocks' Winning Streak Rolls On
The rally that started around Christmas pushes the S&P close to a record intraday high.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Who Are 2019's Best Online Brokers?
The 24th annual study puts Fidelity second, and, in a surprise, E*Trade jumps up to grab third place.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

What Gabelli Funds Does Mario Buy?
The famed value investor owns hefty stakes in an eclectic variety of his firm's closed-ends

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Snapshots From Barron's 2019 Top Online Brokers
Barron's published its annual ranking of the top online brokers for 2019. Here's a look at some of the top performers.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Which Online Broker Best Suits Your Needs?
Barron's released its annual ranking of the best online brokers of 2019. Here's a look at how the brokers stack up on the categories of mobile, international, retirement, active and occasional.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

A Ray of Light for Apple
Even when 5G arrives, it will be hard to penetrate the smartphone market further. Growth will come from pricing-not volume-as consumers trade 3G and 4G technology for 5G.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Central Banks Worldwide Are Lifting Stocks. Is the Stability Masking Trouble Ahead?
The steady rise in stock prices may be masking trouble ahead. Markets face testimony from Jerome Powell, Trump's visit to Vietnam, and a looming trade deadline.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Hedge Fund's Triumph in Court Threatens Windstream's Viability
Judge's $310 million-plus award to Aurelius Capital Management in bond-covenant suit imperils Uniti Group, too.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

WellCare's Healthy Prospects Should Cure Its Ailing Stock
The Medicare and Medicaid plan manager has been hurt by overblown worries about its swift growth and earnings outlook, plus uncertainty over Obamacare's future.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Gamers Could Have the Final Say on Nvidia's Stock
Nividia was tech's hottest stock for much of 2018, but the company's growth has flatlined with the crypto crash and a disappointing product cycle

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

The Smart Way to Buy Gold ETFs
Gold is hot again, and 2019 may be a strong year. But investors should pay attention to cost, avoid the stampede, and watch the tax implications.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

REITs, Amazon.com, and Other Pockets of Growth
T. Rowe Price asset allocator and fund manager Charles Shriver also likes emerging market stocks and debt, but is wary of energy shares

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

China Steps on the Gas for its Slowing Economy
The latest figures from the People's Bank of China suggest that the nation's policy of lending restraint could be moving into reverse.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Forget Gambling and Liquor. This Sin Stock Pays Big Dividends
On a scale of things you'll want to admit to your friends, buying this stock is two notches below swearing at puppies

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Will Copper's Revival Last? China Is the X-Factor.
Demand from China is the key factor, and traders are split on whether it will be strong.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Optimism Fades as South Africa's Debt Jumps
The market dropped by 7% in February as deficits rose and President Ramaphosa's reform program slowed. Will Moody's downgrade the country's debt to junk?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 22, 2019

Buy U.K. Baker's Vegan-Sausage Roll, Sell the Stock
Greggs has created a new snack that has customers lining up out front of its stores. But sated shareholders should look to take profits.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 21, 2019

Dividend-Growth Stocks Are Great, but Not All the Time
Favoring stocks with good dividend growth—and not just those with big yields—is a sensible strategy. It can be tested, though, as the market rout in the fourth quarter of last year shows.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 21, 2019

How to Play It Safer as the Bull Market Ages
The current bull market in U.S. stocks could soon be the longest in history. It could be a good time to replace stocks that are trading near 52-week highs with call options.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 19, 2019

4 Stocks to Play the Data-Center Boom
Equinix, CoreSite Realty, Iron Mountain, and Interxion look alluring as companies increasingly tap into the cloud for software and data storage.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 19, 2019

You'd Have to Be High to Buy American Marijuana Stocks
A half-dozen companies are vying for leading roles in what bulls believe could be a $50 billion business. But it's too early and the outlook is too uncertain to pick winners.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 16, 2019

Why Dividend Investors Should Look to Oil Stocks for Big Yields
Companies such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron may be more focused on capital returns than growth. That is good news for income investors.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

U.S. Doesn't Offer the Most Fertile Soil for Marijuana Sales Growth
Cannabis companies like Curaleaf and Acreage can't list their stocks in the U.S., or draw on U.S. bank lines. They also must cope with wide variations in state regulations. Don't look for much progress from the federal government for at least a year.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

3 Water Stocks That Could Rally
Seasoned water investor Matt Diserio likes Suez, Rexnord, and A.O. Smith. Why he's wary of Primo Water.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

Looking to Reverse Its Slide, Austrian iPhone Supplier Pushes Beyond Apple
AMS, known for its 3-D sensors and laser expertise, got hammered by weakness in smartphone sales. Its shares will eventually reflect its diversification into the medical and automotive markets.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

Dow Gains 777 Points Because Sellers Have Become Buyers
All good things must come to an end—but the 2019 stock-market rally might not be ending anytime soon.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

This Outdoor Gear Stock Has 60% Upside
Yeti's stock jumped 17% Thursday after it beat estimates for fourth-quarter earnings. The name might not be familiar. That's part of the appeal.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

Amazon Is a Risk for Almost Every Stock and Sector
Add electric cars to the list of industries potentially disrupted by the online retail giant.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

Corporate Credit Could Be the Next Bubble to Burst
The complacency about corporate credit is echoing the lead-up to the subprime debacle. How to play a junk breakdown.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

Blame Stocks for the Retail Slump
Declines in stock prices today have a far greater impact on spending than they did in the 1980s.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

5 Ways to Invest in the Robotics Revolution
New technologies are making robotic automation more versatile and more accessible. It's time to invest in Teradyne, ABB, and other robot makers

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

What New York's Amazon HQ2 Protestors Missed
Those who railed against the company should have more carefully considered the math of a profit boom.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

Loews: A Conglomerate That Investors Can Love
The value-focused, family-controlled company has underappreciated assets with decent growth prospects.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

The Latest ETF Trends
Forget boring concerns about fee compression and that tired active-versus-passive debate: This year's InsideETFs conference was all about the big new trends in gold, marijuana, and advice.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

Best to Leave Chinese Bond Investing to the Pros for a While
Beijing is trying to take some of the risk out of China's economy, letting some bond issuers default in the process. That has created some values, but they're best left to experienced investors to discern.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

How Will Investors and the Government Split the Costs of Climate Change?
Spending trillions of dollars today to prevent a catastrophic outcome could save even more money later.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

The Federal Reserve Seems Oblivious to a Coming Crisis
Economic and financial stresses are increasing around the world. Yet the Federal Reserve is curiously detached—just as it was in 2000 and 2007.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

U.S. Consumers Would Rather Have a Free Tank of Gas Than a Free Dinner
Gas is more important than savings or health care to U.S. consumers, according to a new study.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

An Energy Options Strategy to Turn Fear Into Profit
How a "role reversal" with the SPDR Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF can pay off for investors. Also, a David challenges a Goliath—the Cboe.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 15, 2019

Why Heirs Are the Worst Kind of Investment Clients
Those who inherit money don't have the benefit of learning from their mistakes. That makes them dangerous.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 14, 2019

A U.S. Ban of Huawei Would Reshape the Telecom Market—and Boost These Stocks
The Trump administration is reportedly considering a ban on Huawei equipment in the U.S. Here's who wins and loses in the telecom world.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 14, 2019

Beating the Market With Medical-Device Stocks
Vivian Wohl, co-manager of the Federated Kaufman Small Cap fund, digs deep when researching medical devices and health-care software. Why she likes the stocks of Inspire Medical Systems, Veeva Systems, and others

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 08, 2019

The 100 Most Sustainable U.S. Companies
Barron's and Calvert's second annual ranking of companies—based on hundreds of environmental, social, and governance factors—puts Best Buy, Cisco Systems, and Agilent Technologies at the top the list.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 08, 2019

Wabtec's Coming Merger With GE Unit Will Create a Rail-Equipment Powerhouse
The railroad-equipment maker's battered shares look alluring, despite worries about the merger with GE Transportation

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 08, 2019

Washington Should Stop Bashing Billionaires
Contrary to the talk in Washington, the government has no business telling companies to limit stock buybacks and no sound reason to tax wealth.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 08, 2019

3 Stocks Bucking the Earnings Slowdown
Most companies these days seem to beat earnings estimates. This is a screen for stocks whose earnings estimates have been rising in the first quarter. Boeing and two more favorites.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 08, 2019

The Stock Market Might Not Be Ready for a Stronger Dollar
One of the themes of this earnings season is that a strong dollar is hurting revenues. That's nothing to worry about if the U.S. dollar falls like many pundits expect. Still, there are a few factors, like the trade conflict, that mean investors should pay closer attention to the value of the greenback.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 08, 2019

If Jokowi Wins a Second Term, Indonesian Market Should Rise
In a second term, the president can address infrastructure and tax issues that could spur more economic growth and a stronger market.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 08, 2019

An Italian Tire Maker With a High-Performance Stock
Pirelli's tires occupy the top end of the market—where drivers increasingly spend their money. Bigger profits will drive the shares higher.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Feb 08, 2019

The ETF Industry's Biggest Problem, and How to Fix It
ETFs themselves are low cost, but the mechanisms by which investors are able to buy and sell them can be surprisingly costly. Technology enabled the invention of the ETF, and it may bring about its destruction.

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