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Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Retail Stocks Still Look Cheap
Abercrombie & Fitch, Urban Outfitters, and other retailers are bouncing back. Here's why

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Jack Dorsey Is a Double-Duty CEO for Twitter and Square. Here's How He Revived Them Both.
The Silicon Valley dynamo has pushed for initiatives that have energized both companies' stocks.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Dow Drops 149 Points as Turkey Takes a Dive
"The U.S. glass is always half full, and the global glass is always half empty," says one manager.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Blue Orca Takes Bite Out of GDS
The shortselling hedge fund argues vacancy rates are higher than reported at the Chinese owner of data centers. What's next?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Trump's New Tax Idea Could Be a Big Boon for These Ancient Funds
President Trump's notion of adjusting the cost basis of investments for inflation will help all investors, but investors in the handful of closed-end funds that have been around since the Great Depression will benefit the most

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Riding Tesla's Volatile Shares
Shares have been turbulent since Elon Musk tweeted about taking the company private

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Supreme Court Ruling Could Pave a Path to Better Schools
Some argue teachers' unions get in the way of policies that would benefit students. That could finally be about to change.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Alex Jones and InfoWars Are Just the Latest Episode of the Same Social Media Conundrum
In weighing profits against public safety, no company is handling the task particularly well.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

In Defense of Public Markets
Elon Musk has picked the wrong fight. Public companies are our main window on Corporate America.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Musk's Buyout Plan May Signal Market Woes Ahead
Tesla's buyout proposal lends support to an economist's old theory that stability leads to financial instability. Also, the roots of Turkey's currency crisis.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Plastic Is Fantastic for Lyondell as It Preps for Growth
The petrochemical giant is investing as the global middle class expands. It's benefiting from the shale-drilling boom and new fuel rules for ships

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Kraft Heinz Shares Are Indigestible, for Now
Despite a decline in its stock price and talk of an acquisition, the food company looks expensive, given its weak growth prospects in a challenging industry.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Turkey Pays a Financial Price for Its Politics
The lira and the country's stocks plunged this week, accelerating their drop since Erdogan's election. So far, Ankara is in denial of its economic problems.

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Aug 10, 2018

Larry Jeddeloh Says a New Era for Markets is Here. And It's Not Just Because of Trump
Larry Jeddeloh has a solid history of predicting economic and political changes. Today he notes encroaching social problems and more trade policy issued under the rubric of national security. That may not be great for the markets.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Time to Buy the British Pound?
Scary headlines in the British press have pushed the currency down to attractive levels. How to play it.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

How Some CEOs Successfully Run More Than One Company
Running two companies at the same time isn't easy. Here's how some CEOs pull off the feat.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Gasoline Prices Expected to Level Off This Fall
The end of the summer driving season and political pressure should keep a lid on pump prices.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 10, 2018

Put Beyoncé and Rihanna in Your Portfolio
A new U.K.-based fund highlights the offbeat opportunity of investing in music royalties at a time of changing technology and tastes

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 09, 2018

Rising Dividends From a Data-Center Giant
Equinix, the largest operator of data centers, is "a growth company in a REIT"

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 09, 2018

4 Hidden Small-Cap Gems
The William Blair Small-Cap Growth fund finds undiscovered value in data security, health care...and cowboy boots.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

China's Best Option for Responding to a Trade War
The Chinese government should use the current crisis to rebalance the economy and boost household income.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Alphabet, CVS Are Lee Cooperman Favorites
Cooperman, CEO of Omega Advisors, and Steven Einhorn, vice chairman, see U.S. stocks hitting new highs. What these value-investing veterans like now.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Anthony Scaramucci Is Back, and So Is SkyBridge Capital
The fund-of-hedge-funds business still thrives despite challenges. Next up: the return of the SALT conference.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Why You Should Hold on to Apple Shares
As Apple surges past the $1 trillion mark, strong finances and a positive product outlook point to a premium valuation—and more gains

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

5 Stocks Fund Managers Like in a Changing World
Here are five stocks fund managers think already reflect the risks ahead, are more insulated from them—or both.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

The 3 Biggest Risks in Global Investing and How to Avoid Them
In the past year, populism, trade, and currency issues have changed the investing landscape dramatically, and your international portfolio probably needs a makeover. Here's what to do.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

China, Trade, and Technology: A Worst-Case Scenario
The primary worry is that China turns to other measures, like letting its currency devalue or taking the battle into the technology sector.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Apple's $1 Trillion Wasn't the Week's Only Telling Number
Joblessness is down, workforce participation is up, and stocks' P/Es hover around their 2000 bubble peak. Also, Fidelity ‘s zero-cost funds escalate the fund price war.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Prisons Are a Challenge for Ethical Investing
The push to divest from private prison companies is just an indication of a much larger problem.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Apple's Milestone Caps Strong Week for Stocks
The world's largest company reached a $1 trillion market cap—despite growing tensions with China. What next?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Where Synchrony Financial Goes After Walmart
Synchrony Financial looks attractive, especially considering that the company's loan-loss reserves are moderating, boosting profitability.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

CBS Has Too Much Drama for Shareholders Now
CEO Les Moonves has now been accused of sexual harassment, and his sudden vulnerability should cause investors to be wary.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Betting on Shell's Turnaround
The case for Shell isn't rising energy prices. Instead, the company, once known for its relative inefficiency compared with its peers, seems to be turning things around slowly but surely.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

EM Internet Plays Lose Favor
Alibaba, Tencent, and others face new challenges to their rapid growth—some of them from wary government agencies. Investor fatigue?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

How the U.S. Saved the World From Financial Ruin
An important new history of the events of 2008-09 puts the "global" back into the global financial crisis. Listen to a conversation between Matt Klein and the author.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Betting on a Smoother Ride for Tech Stocks
Investors can take advantage of the high turbulence in tech shares with these two options plays.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Watch Out for a 40% Jolt in Coffee Prices
El Niño puts bumper Brazilian crop, and short sellers, at risk.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

Israel's Fledgling Hedge Funds Post Strong Gains
Their active approach is the best way to navigate a volatile market

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

CRISPR Technology Still Holds Big Promise
Although questions have been raised about the therapy's side effects, it could prove just as groundbreaking as a diagnostic tool.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 03, 2018

A Value Fund Channels Buffett With a Macro Twist
Fred Copper's Columbia Overseas Value beats its benchmark by focusing on discounted assets and economic cycles.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 02, 2018

Why Proximus Can Cope With Rising Competition
Shares of the Belgian telecom slumped this summer on fears that rival Iliad will move into Belgium and drive down prices. Investors shouldn't overreact.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Aug 02, 2018

The Dividend Aristocrats Are Worth Another Look
The S&P 500 stocks—which have raised their dividend for at least 25 years—have lagged behind the broad market, thanks to a lack of tech exposure.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Social-Media Rout Can't Stop Market's Rise
The tech slump should worry investors who have piled into growth names, says one strategist.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

The Top Robo Advisors: An Exclusive Ranking
Nearly a decade after the launch of the automated investment platforms, established financial giants dominate in assets, while the upstarts still have the edge in technology.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Value Managers See Growth
Value stocks may have stunk since January 2007, but among active managers, it has been the value crew that has earned its keep.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Rosy Outlook for Lilly
The stock has appreciated more than 13% this month alone. But just how long can the company sustain this torrid run?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Facebook Looks Like a Bargain After Stock Slide
The FANG stocks are likely to remain dominant despite last week's market shock. Both Facebook and Alphabet should appeal to investors.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Amazon Leads Tech Rivals in an Era of Shifts
Its willingness to entertain any opportunity is gradually becoming the norm in the tech business.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

This Shipping Play Looks Like a Winner, and Yields Nearly 7%
What trade war? Shares of Triton International could rally sharply on growing shipping-container demand.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Newspaper Closings Have Implications for Investors
A new study finds that three years after a newspaper shuts down, municipal bond yields tend to be higher

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Look Beyond the FANGs
Facebook's plunge was spectacular, but more-important events are coming just ahead: jobs reports, Fed rate-setting confabs, and Chinese moves

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Trump Tariffs Bite at Home
CEOs of industrial companies are starting to quantify the hit from the trade battles.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

New Bond ETFs Aim to Fix Old Problems
Traditional indexing doesn't work well for fixed income. As investors turn more toward bonds, ETF firms are scrambling to develop better alternatives.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Gold Could Be in a Prolonged Tailspin
Faster U.S. growth and higher U.S. rates will make it hard for the precious metal to rally.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Caution Hits Options Markets as Liquidity Fears Flare
Stocks have continued to climb higher, but investors in the options markets are seeking protection against a market tumble.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

GM, First Republic, and More Stock Picks for the Patient
Sarat Sethi and Ned Dewees talk about why they like financial and industrial stocks, why they don't own Amazon and Netflix, and why their long-term view of the economy is so rosy

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Defying Downdraft, Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico Rally
Despite the strong dollar and trade-war skirmishes, the Latin markets show surprising resilience. Will it last?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Fiat Chrysler Still Has Lots of Gas in Its Tank
The stock is down, and the architect of its revival, Sergio Marchionne, is gone. But Fiat Chrysler still has strengths and an audacious five-year plan.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

5 Stocks With Fast-Growing Dividends
Nvidia, UnitedHealth Group, Zoetis, and two other names are outpacing the S&P 500—but yields can still be small

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

Welcome, Immigrants. The U.S. Really Needs You
A rational immigration policy could replenish the labor force and contribute to 5% growth in real GDP.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 27, 2018

What the U.S. Should Demand From Europe
The negotiators need to go beyond the latest trade deal and push the Europeans to adopt a more expansive fiscal policy.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 26, 2018

U.K. Challenger Banks Step Up to Battle the Big Lenders
A large merger among two plucky smaller banks may create a national competitor. One caveat: If there's a hard Brexit, all banks will suffer.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 26, 2018

4 Stocks to Reduce Risk, Boost Growth
Touchstone Mid Cap Growth hit a rough patch in 2011, but manager Will Muggia focused on risk assessment and turned the fund around.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 25, 2018

One Hoards, the Other Doesn't
Our columnist's house is groaning with possessions. Will the kids ever want this stuff?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Why Investors Shouldn't Fall for Vladimir Putin
The Russian ruler's geopolitical acumen can't hide that fact that the country is one of the slowest-growing emerging markets

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Is the Fed Partly to Blame for Wage Stagnation?
If the central bank's policies had encouraged more capital spending, workers' pay might have risen along with those of the bosses.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

2 Options Trades for Netflix Investors
With the streaming giant stumbling, traders recommend two trades: one to ride a rebound, the other to hedge current holdings

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Alibaba, Tencent, and Sustainable Investing
The Calvert Emerging Markets Equity fund invests with a purpose—and it beats 95% of its peers.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Revamping Telecom
Come late September the sector will be much larger, growth-oriented, and more volatile than its current incarnation.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Stocks at a Standstill as Earnings Offset Tariffs
Concerns about trade and the yuan were balanced by strong results from major companies. Selloffs caused by tweets or quotes may be buying opportunities.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Trump's Fed Smackdown Could Backfire
Expect the central bank to listen to the markets not the "low-interest-rate person" in the White House.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Not Industrial Strength
The sector has gained nearly 4% this month—a sign that investors are optimistic that the worst of the tariff hit may be over. It is an optimism we don't share.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Amazon, Netflix, and Tesla Face Tighter Capital Markets
Debt has helped fuel their huge stock market gains. What happens when rates rise?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

BlackRock, T. Rowe Price and Other Money Managers Look Like Bargains
Top investment firms sport cheap shares and juicy yields. Why the stocks' selloff looks overdone.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Why Do These Small Funds Still Exist?
There are hundreds of mutual funds that have been around for more than five years, yet have less than $50 million in assets.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

A Stockpicker Gets Ready for a Time to Buy
Charles de Vaulx is readying his value fund, IVA Worldwide, for higher wages and lower stock prices. Why he likes Berkshire Hathaway, Cimarex Energy, and AIB Group.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

The 50 Best Annuities
Annuities are looking better than they have in years, thanks to rising interest rates and regulatory efforts. Barron's evaluated the landscape and chose the best.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Wall Street Rushes Into a New Asset Class
Hedge funds, private equity firms, and asset managers have flocked to the market for loans for small and midsize companies. Investors need to be wary.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

A Private-Debt Primer
A guide to useful terms.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

What to Watch for in a Business Development Company
Advice from Jonathan Bock, the king of the BDC analysts.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Why Oil Could Top $100 a Barrel
Demand ultimately will outweigh supply, pushing prices higher by year end.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 20, 2018

Autoliv and Delphi: A Tale of Two Spinoffs
Robocars are a hot investment theme, but companies that supply traditional auto components are priced for better returns.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 19, 2018

Are High-Yield Bonds Better Than AT&T Shares?
Weighing these two investments against each other illuminates some important issues for income investors

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 19, 2018

Air France-KLM: Not Ready to Fly High
The European airline group remains burdened by a host of concerns, from cost problems to labor woes to fuel hedging concerns. It isn't a bargain yet.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Jeffrey Gundlach Says We're Getting Closer to a Recession
Why he likes loans and commodities, and thinks Republicans will keep both houses of Congress

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Mario Gabelli on Tariffs, Treasuries, Taxes and Technology
He's bullish on Paccar, Madison Square Garden, Sony, and more.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Trade Disputes from D.C. Will Not Derail China
With lots of cash on hand and a falling percentage of exports, China has the will and the way to resist U.S. trade demands for some time.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Paul Wick on Who Wins the IT Spending Race
He sees sound logic behind the Broadcom's purchase of CA. Why he is shorting a marijuana stock.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Ackman's Comeback: How to Ride His Revival
The hedge fund manager's publicly traded vehicle is up 10.4% this year and trades at a discount to its net asset value, offering an opportunity for investors

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

2018 Mid-Year Roundtable: Good News for Stockpickers
The broad market could struggle in the second half, but our investment experts see plenty of bargains in energy, media, retailing, and tech.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

It's All About Trump, Says Scott Black
He says the president is upending the economic order. The case for Noble Energy and Arrow Electronics.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Oscar Schafer Is Bullish on Coffee and Network Infrastructure
He likes the U.K.'s Whitbread, parent of Costa Coffee and Premier Inn. Also, battered CommScope.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Kroger Could Deliver for Investors, Says Bill Priest
How the supermarket chain is guarding against the Amazon threat

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Henry Ellenbogen on the Revolution in Real Estate Brokerage
He's bullish on Redfin, TransUnion, BWX Technoogies and more.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Tougher Times Are Ahead, Says Abby Joseph Cohen
The case for Autozone, Kingfisher, Anheuser-Busch InBev, and more

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Meryl Witmer: Solving the Opioid Crisis
Indivior has a monthly injection to curb cravings for opioids. Wimer also likes Packaging Corporation of America and Tessenderlo Group

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Tariffs Taking Toll on Business Confidence
The Trump administration latest moves could jeopardize America's unique role as the financier of global trade. And they threaten to counter the benefits of the tax cuts.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Online Sports Betting: A Long-Term Wager
It will take years for liquidity to rise enough to cut the cost of sporting betting and make it more favorable to the bettor. World Cup 2026?

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

Mohawk Finds a Floor
Analyst: Company has an enviable long-term record of steady growth, a clean balance sheet, well-regarded management, and a strong prospect of long-term gains.

Barron's This Week Magazine
Jul 13, 2018

The AT&T-Time Warner Shocker
The possibility that the government would suddenly reverse an $81 billion merger was both head-scratching and a little shocking.

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