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These Fund Managers May Be in trouble [Premium Articles]

Mainly driven by political ideology, some fund managers made an asset allocation mistake in the beginning of this year. Now they may be in trouble. For access to premium content, you must be a subscriber. Please login if you are … Continue reading

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Investors In European Stocks Hit By Underperformance

European stocks are underperforming U.S. stocks by about a factor of two since last June despite the hype in financial media last year and a falling U.S. dollar. Below are performance charts and a brief discussion of what went wrong.

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International Stocks Have Consistently Underperformed U.S. Stocks

Despite the outperformance year-to-date, which may be related to U.S. dollar weakness for the most part, international stocks have consistently underperformed U.S. stocks in the last 22 years. Unless there is a well-documented paradigm change, a switch to those markets … Continue reading

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Investing in European Stocks is a Forex Bet

Many financial advisers think that European stocks will outperform U.S. stocks. Evidently, they are talking about a forex bet.

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