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Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Why China's Yuan Won't Take Off
A weakening economy, the trade war with Washington, higher U.S. interest rates, and free spending by Chinese students and tourists abroad are pressuring the currency

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Investing for Profits and Social Benefits
A top intermediate government bond fund succeeds in making profits and having an impact on society

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Will the Fed Decide Not to Raise Rates After All?
Another quarter-point hike still seems highly likely, if only not to give the appearance of buckling to pressure from the White House.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Understanding Brazil's Latest Depression
A borrowing boom ended badly, but better than it had in the past. Still, Brazilians elected a far-right populist.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

How to Fix the 401(k)
The 401(k) plan has served many Americans well—but has left many others behind. Several strategies are being discussed to shore up the 401(k) plan and perhaps introduce other options.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

The Inventor of the 401(k) Thinks It Has Gone Awry
Ted Benna says the investment structure is too complex

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

A Better Approach to ESG?
It's not easy gauging how well a fund deals with environmental, social, and corporate governance issues. An index developed by a nonprofit may help.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Time to Shop for ETFs Focused on Retailers
The period around Black Friday tends to produce nice short-term gains for funds focused on retailers.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Forget Amazon. These Retailers Are Set to Thrive This Holiday Season
Investors should be bullish on store chains with digital savvy like Target, Kohl's, Tiffany, and Home Depot, but cautious of retailers that don't have unique merchandise.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

40 Years of the 401(k)—the Good, the Bad, and the Future
401(k) plans, now 40 years old, have helped millions of workers. But many have been left behind.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Tighter Supplies Push Natural Gas Prices Higher
As oil prices plummeted this past week, natural gas prices soared on light supplies and the early arrival of another tough winter.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Dow Slides 2.2% as Markets Sweat the Small Stuff and Everything Else
"The simple but unsatisfying explanation for this pattern is that the global economy is slowing and earnings growth [is] peaking," says one strategist.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

The California Wildfires' Financial Toll
A spate of disasters raises questions about the finances and futures of states prone to fires, mudslides, hurricanes, and other natural and man-made scourges

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Treehouse Foods Stock Has Room to Gain
Stock in Treehouse Foods, a maker of private-label foods, has plenty of upside. Restructuring-related costs are hiding an improving performance.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

This Biotech Stock Is a Remedy for Tougher Times
Fears about competition from biosimilars are more reflected in the biotech's share price than its new products, legal protections, and the funds available for buybacks and dividends.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

The Pension Myth and the Financial Realities
There was no good old days when it came to funding retirement. Today, people are more focused, have more options and probably more anxiety.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Goldman Sachs in Malaysia: Chasing Growth and Catching Grief
The vaunted Wall Street firm has long chased growth around the world. And that pursuit led it to South Asia and a full-blown scandal. How much did the bank know, and when did it know it?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

A Call for SEC to Lead in Proxy Vote Overhaul
Most panelists involved in the process agreed at a recent agency roundtable that the current system is too costly and risks big mistakes. To assure that changes are implemented, the SEC must guide the process.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 16, 2018

Two Ways to Play Theresa May's Brexit Drama
British Land and Land Securities are U.K. REITs that have been hammered by the political fighting over leaving the European Union. At these price levels, they look like pretty safe ways to collect healthy dividends.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 15, 2018

Income-Investing Tactics for a Tougher Time
Life is getting rougher for income investors as interest rates rise and bond prices fall. But there are still plenty of ways to achieve respectable returns.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 15, 2018

4 Stock Picks by an Early Fan of Apple
Epoch Investment Partners' David Pearl makes the case for Hexcel, Morgan Stanley, CVS Health, and—yes—the iPhone maker.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 12, 2018

5G Can't Come Soon Enough for Battered Tech Stock
Tech hardware stocks have been hit hard by softening spending. But talk about a new wireless technology is an antidote to the gloom.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 12, 2018

Dollar Tree Stock Is a Bargain
The discount retailer has had trouble with its acquisition, Family Dollar stores, but the decline in its shares is overdone and better days are coming.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 10, 2018

As Tariffs Hit, Supply Chains Become a Hot Topic for Investors
Mounting trade tensions, particularly between the U.S. and China, ripple through global supply chains built over the past two decades. Companies are faced with recasting the chains, or passing costs to customers.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 10, 2018

Why "Qualified Opportunity Zones" May Be the Next Hot Thing in Investing
The ability to defer capital gains tax for 10 years under a new law is attracting widespread interest

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 10, 2018

Serving Up a New Flavor of Payment in-Kind Bonds
A cash crunch has prompted a Chinese company to pay holders of its debt in pork gift packages instead of cash.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

The Best Way to Own the Entire Stock Market in Just One Fund
Total stock market funds are good core holdings for just about everyone. Choosing one can be harder than you think—here's what to look for besides cost.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Things Could Get Worse for Corporate Bond Funds Before They Get Better
In October, investors pulled $23 billion out of taxable bond funds, the worst month for outflows since 2015. But at least yields are rising.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Inside John Malone's World
The media mogul has assembled 10 cable and entertainment companies under the Liberty flag. Why they offer investors great value.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

A Blueprint for Gridlock in the Markets
In the new Congress, Democrats are likely to focus on probing Trump, who'd fight back. That would make it hard for anything to be accomplished. The only certainty: The national debt will grow.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Steve Wynn Saved $900 Million With Well-Timed Sale of Casino Stake
The former Wynn Resorts CEO, who resigned after sexual misconduct allegations, sold his entire $2.1 billion interest in March

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Dollar Tree Stock Is as Big a Bargain as Its Wares
The discount retailer has had trouble with its acquisition, Family Dollar stores, but the decline in its shares is overdone and better days are coming.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Dow Gains 718 Points, but Divisions Run Deep
Bulls and bears "have gotten more polarized," says one money manager. "It's almost like the mirror of the political situation."

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Home Health-Care Costs Are Hurting All of Us. Here's How States Could Fix the Problem
The rising cost of home health care is borne by retirees, their families, employers, and virtually all taxpayers. Can policy changes improve both care and cost before it's too late?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

A Few Budget Ideas for the New Congress
Just about everyone expects gridlock. But a divided Washington is actually a great opportunity to take a few steps toward fiscal discipline.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Turning Bullish on China Again
Options investors are paying more for bullish contracts than bearish contracts on a popular China stock ETF. Should you follow suit?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

In Bullish Shift, Investors Start Buying Gold ETFs
After months of net selling, the funds increased their holdings of gold in October as stocks sagged. New support for the precious metal.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

A Hidden Key to M&A Value
When corporate acquirers pay a lot relative to a "fair" price for a company, they are more likely to write down goodwill in the future.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Russia Survives Its Other Election-Week Test
The State Department says it will wait to consult with Congress on how to address an ex-Russian spy's poisoning in the U.K. Russian shares still can't overcome poor U.S. relations.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Why Hungarian Stocks Are Ready to Rise
This European market's valuations are much lower than its historical levels, dividend yields are high, and the economy is posting solid gains.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Tech Stocks Could Really Use 5G Right About Now
Tech hardware stocks have been hit hard by softening spending. But talk about a new wireless technology is an antidote to the gloom.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

The Next Boom in Defense Stocks
Budgets already are set to expand for years, and the new Democratic House is unlikely to impose spending cuts. A leading analyst's top picks.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 09, 2018

Higher Rates Are Already Priced In, Bond Veteran Says
Ken Taubes, co-manager of the Pioneer Bond fund, sees a silver lining for fixed-income investors as interest rates rise.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 05, 2018

Trump Says the Stock Market Will Crash if Democrats Win. Is He Right?
Regardless of which party triumphs in Tuesday's elections, history strongly argues that investors should stay in the market.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

ESG Investing Suffers a Setback in California
The U.S.'s largest pension fund, Calpers, elected a new board member who opposes the use of environmental, social, and governance standards in making investments.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Midterms May Grab the Headlines, but Stocks Will React to Trade
Equities rise and fall on hopes of a resolution in the U.S.-China tariff war. But investors should be upbeat: The traditionally strongest six months of the year for shares is upon us.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Midterm Advice: Tune Out Politics, Stick With Stocks
Regardless of which party triumphs in Tuesday's elections, history strongly argues that investors should stay in the market.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Why November to April Might Be the Best Time to Invest in the Stock Market
From the standpoint of the calendar, U.S. equities are entering what historically has been their most profitable period.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

A Scary New Missile Could Start a New Arms Race
A superfast "hypersonic" missile, and America's rising rivalry with China, are key for investors trying to understand the outlook for defense stocks.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Oil Market Bet: Iran Sanctions Won't Boost Prices
As U.S. sanctions finally arrive, prices are down since President Trump's decision in May. Is that the right move amid tighter supply?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

The Company Honeywell Spun Off Looks Like a Bargain Tech Stock
The industrial giant's residential technology unit Resideo Technologies dropped after its public stock offering. The upside could now be as much as 45%.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

As Interest Rates Rise, Bet on Companies With Less Debt
After Friday's blockbuster payrolls report, interest rates are almost certainly going higher. And that means it's time to start betting on companies that won't feel the pinch from higher borrowing costs.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Software Companies Could Become Important Partners With the U.S. Defense Department
With plentiful cash and robust research and development efforts, software and dot-com companies could become important defense players, and take a bigger share of the defense budget.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

2 Housing Stocks That Are Gaining Heat
In a troubled market for home construction, one area looks especially undervalued: HVAC companies. Making the case for Ingersoll-Rand and Lennox International.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Mexico May Be Oversold After Obrador Axes Airport
The incoming president has made a few antibusiness moves, but the country has a new trade deal with the U.S., a small deficit and moderate levels of inflation. But there are tests ahead.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Stock Rally Fizzles in Wake of Strong Payrolls Report
After a brutal October, stocks appeared to be gaining strength late in the week. But there was one big problem: Investors haven't capitulated yet.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

A Stockpicker on How to Ride the Curve of Small-Cap Growth
Jim Callinan, the manager of the Osterweis Emerging Opportunity fund, is sanguine about the recent downturn and eager to get past the election and ride the "intelligence" economy.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

How the Fight Over Italy's Budget Could Have Been Avoided
The squabble highlights the flaws in the European Union's fiscal rules—and how it enforces them.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

How Electric Vehicles Should Give a Jolt to Copper Miners
Electric vehicles use a lot of copper. But supplies are already tight and it takes years to bring more on line. That should help a handful of European mining companies.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

With Red Hat, IBM Makes a Big Cloud Promise. The Reality Is Far More Hazy.
In announcing the $34 billion acquisition, IBM said it's "completely changing the cloud landscape." The facts would seem to suggest otherwise.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

How Options Traders Should Handle Stock Market Volatility
This market swoon has been different. Indexed plays have seen far less volatility than red-hot single stocks, notably in tech. Here's how to play this unusual situation.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Does Anyone Even Know How Much China Has Lent to Poorer Countries?
The country is cutting back on its loans to poorer countries. The trouble is, no one really knows how much money is involved, what the terms are, and how big a problem it is for borrowers

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Municipal Bond Funds Are on Sale. Buyers Should Be Cautious.
These closed-end funds have fared much worse than the overall municipal bond market this year. If rates continue to rise, however, it would pressure bond prices and the funds' returns.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

How to Take Fear Out of Your Investing Decisions
As wild swings in the stock market test the mettle of even experienced investors, a new crop of coaches has strategies to keep emotions in check.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

I Took a Psychological Test of My Investment Savvy. Here's What I Learned.
All investors have behavioral biases and tendencies—that's what makes us human. This longtime financial journalist took a deep dive via an extensive, three-part test to find out what that means for him—and you.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 02, 2018

Meet the Municipal Bond Investor Who Looks Everywhere for Deals
Eaton Vance Municipal Opportunities fund is a "go anywhere" investor that has topped most of its rivals since 2011. Here's how manager Adam Weigold is playing the market right now.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Nov 01, 2018

These Fund Managers Are Posting Stellar Numbers in 2018
While stock and bond market volatility has buffeted most investors in 2018, global macro funds could finally reverse years of underperformance as sustainable long-term macroeconomic trends take hold.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

After a Slide in Chinese Stocks, Where to Look for Bargains
Valuations are low and earnings for Chinese companies are expected to grow robustly. But there are risks in Beijing's efforts to stimulate the economy.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

China Will Do "Whatever It Takes" to Stop Its Falling Stock Market
Some observers are seeing signs of a bottom in the China stock market—and investors are beginning to move back into China-focused ETFs.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Trump's Trade War With China Is Starting to Hit Home for More Companies
When President Donald Trump first took on China over trade, it was easy to ignore because the impact hadn't hit corporate profits. No longer.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Why Bank of America's Conservative Approach Is Good for Its Shares
The big bank stocks have been hit hard. But Bank of America has a collection of strong businesses that are valued cheaply.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Options Trades for Netflix Stock's Next Move
Think the video-streaming service has more room to grow? Consider an options trade that allows you to benefit from future gains without taking on too much risk.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Forget Amazon and Google. Chip Stocks Are the Problem.
While earnings from Tesla, Amazon, and Google-parent Alphabet received most of the attention, a series of less exciting semiconductor reports may hold the keys to where the market goes next.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Get Ready for Big Oil Stocks in Europe to Rise if Prices Do
Stocks of European companies like BP and Royal Dutch Shell are cheaper than U.S. rivals' and will gain in an oil rally. Plus, they have 5% dividends.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Why China ETFs Offer Such Erratic Returns
The 40 or so China stock ETFs have returned anywhere from 5% to a loss of nearly 40%. A look at why reveals the good and bad of different index investing strategies.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

What's Really to Blame for China's Slowdown
Decades of prioritizing investment over consumption introduced a variety of distortions to the Chinese economy that have proved difficult to remove

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Why Trump May Be Right About the Fed
A growing number of strategists and economists think the Federal Reserve has moved too aggressively to raise rates, hurting stocks.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

It's OK to Panic a Little About the Stock Market. Here's How to Seek Safety.
There's little reason to fear an imminent stock crash or recession, but for investors whose faith is faltering, here's a way to responsibly cut risk.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Meet At Home Group, the Anti-Amazon.com
The home decor retailer is finding success by selling only through massive stores offering low prices, a huge selection, and the latest styles. Riding the "treasure hunt" effect.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

A Hard Landing for China Just Isn't in the Cards
The tariff battle won't dent China's economy or, for that matter, America's.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Earnings, Schmernings: When the Value of the Numbers Declines
S&P 500 are posting strong third-quarter gains. Investors don't always seem to care. Why?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Stock Buybacks Diminish, Leaving the Market With Less Fuel
Corporate stock buybacks are expected to hit a record this year, but the 2018 surge of repurchases—an important support for the bull market—seems to have faded recently

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

This Auto-Parts Maker Deserves Another Look — as a Tech Stock
Investors' mounting worries about the health of the global auto market have dented shares of Sensata Technologies. That could be an opportunity for patient investors.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

S&P 500 Drops 3.9% — Is It Time to Panic?
What caused the selloff? "You can circle any one of 15 different things," says a strategist. Here's why some investors are buying now.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

The Midterm Elections Won't Save the Stock Market
Assuming we get a split Congress, the stock market will probably react with a yawn.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

The Rally in Turkey's Stock Market Could Be Short-Lived
The market has bounced nearly 20% off its summer lows. Now comes the hard part.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

How to Bet on a Value-Stock Revival
Value could be poised to lead the market after a long period of dominance by growth stocks. The challenge for investors: Which value measure is best?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

The Case for MLPs and Energy Stocks
As the U.S. shifts from importing all of its oil and gas to becoming a net exporter in the "not-so-distant future," says fund manager Tyler Rosenlicht, there are big opportunities for investors.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 26, 2018

Dr. Copper Predicts Weaker Growth, Lower Stocks
The industrial metal known for predicting turns in the global economy is flashing red signs about growth, which could foretell more trouble for stocks

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 25, 2018

Howard Marks on Surviving Market Storms
Oaktree Capital Management's co-founder has seen lots of up and down stock cycles in his long career. Here's what he'd do now.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 25, 2018

Want Dividend Stocks? Look for Dividend Growth Over Higher Yields
Companies that have steadily increased their dividends are usually better bets than those with the highest-yielding stocks.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 19, 2018

‘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
Oct 19, 2018

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
Oct 19, 2018

Case of Jamal Khashoggi Puts Financial Ties to Saudis Under Strain
CEO's 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
Oct 19, 2018

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
Oct 19, 2018

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
Oct 19, 2018

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
Oct 19, 2018

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

Barron's This Week Magazine
Oct 19, 2018

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
Oct 19, 2018

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.

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