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Investors urged to have ‘eyes wide open about what is coming next’
Rules-based passive vehicles have had no option but to allow the meme stocks’ weightings to increase dramatically
Two months this year have ranked among the strongest since 2007 for active fund managers
Rougher waters lie ahead but European and global equities may provide a new opportunity
And are we selling duration, or speculation?
Absurd accounting rules make innovative companies appear worse than they are
Research shows returns of 77% against 14% for large-cap growth in six months to the end of March
Fund managers lured to once ‘overlooked markets’ as recovery from pandemic accelerates
Flood of cash leaves renewable sector especially vulnerable to sharp market sell-off
Strong earnings are needed to sustain high valuations, particularly in technology
Also bitcoin replies and housing prices
Foreign investors make more than $6bn in bets against stocks since restrictions removed
The garbage truck has arrived.
With bonds vulnerable, fund flows indicate a desire for diversification
Some calculations suggest reward over risk-free assets is at lowest level of the past decade
Shares in Apple fall almost 4% amid broad decline in sector
High valuations indicate investors should look beyond tech and consumer stocks
Surge in holdings suggests caution over how to play next stage of US economic recovery
Decline in Vix index reflects bet on calmer markets and optimism about economic recovery
Ebullient mood of investors indicates stocks are vulnerable to a correction
Shift into value shares boosts global equities while rally in Treasuries cools
Michael Mauboussin takes a look at one of the most fraught talking points in investing.
Rare melding of strategies may add more fuel to gains for energy stocks and banks, analysts say
Lull comes after benchmarks on both sides of Atlantic hit record highs last week