Thanks to a strong dollar and low interest rates in Europe and Japan, foreigners are buying U.S. Treasuries, which may be putting downward pressure on interest rates.
East Coast bankers are teaching West Coast tycoons how to invest so they can avoid another tech bubble. Plus, there’s a better way to invest in IPOs. Barron’s editor in chief Greg Bartalos joins the...
Richard Morais has a preview of the new (glossy!) edition of Penta, with stories on how tech entrepreneurs are investing and the hidden dangers of buying a hotel apartment.
Are Americans really that unprepared for retirement? Maybe not. Plus, do millennials have good money skills? Barron’s Jack Hough joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty.
Barron’s editor Jack Hough previews the Barron’s issue which has features on the bad news about unemployment and the new space race. He joins the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Why shares in oilfield service firm’s Schlumberger are set to rise. Plus: A look at a janitorial giant and an MLP reshuffling.
With their lower expenses and tax advantages, exchange-traded funds can outpace mutual funds. Unfortunately, many investors get lower returns with ETFs. Here’s why.
High-yield bonds have gotten hammered recently, which might have created an opportunity, especially for ETF investors. Still, weakness in junk could augur tough times ahead.
Fund manager Joel Greenblatt says that, historically, when small company stocks have been as expensive as they are now, they have delivered negative returns.