• Here are Bank of America's top picks for the fourth quarter

    18 days ago - By CNBC

    The bank picked a number of stocks as high conviction long bets for the quarter ahead.
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  • Morning News: October 1, 2020

    18 days ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    In U.S.-China Tech Feud, Taiwan Feels Heat From Both Sides
    How The Year 2020 Confounded Wall Street Strategists
    Stimulus Hopes Ease Markets Into Explosive Fourth Quarter
    As the Election Looms, Investors See Uncertainty. They Don't Like It.
    Trump Signs Stopgap Funding Bill to Avert a Government Shutdown
    The Secretive Committee Behind the S&P 500
    Trump's Tax Avoidance Is a Tax on the Rest of Us
    To Restore Financial Stability, Bring Back Glass-Steagall
    The First Blank-Check ETF Makes Its Trading Debut
    Google To Pay Publishers $1 Billion Over Three Years For Their News
    Nikola, GM Still...
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  • 'Robinhood investors should not be taking their retirement accounts to the Wall Street casino': Investing experts explain why stock picking is a zero-sum game and how to achieve market returns passively

    'Robinhood investors should not be taking their retirement accounts to the Wall Street casino': Investing experts explain why stock picking is a zero-sum game and how to achieve market returns passively

    18 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Actively managed funds are underperforming their benchmarks. Buckingham Wealth Partner 's chief research officer and top investing author, Larry Swedroe, and Bridgeway Capital Management's head of research, Andrew Berkin, want to tell investors about it.
    Berkin and Swedroe, co-authors of recently updated bestselling investing book, "The Incredible Shrinking Alpha" , told Business Insider about why alpha from stock picking and active investing is shrinking.
    Most investors don't know about passive investing, because financial institutions on Wall Street can earn more...
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  • Every corporation in America is now on government life support, Professor Wolff tells Boom Bust

    Every corporation in America is now on government life support, Professor Wolff tells Boom Bust

    18 days ago - By RT

    The US economy has suffered its sharpest drop in the second quarter of 2020, with GDP plunging more than 31 percent due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing shutdowns.
    The host of Economic Update, Professor Richard Wolff, tells Boom Bust that “tremendous damage” has been done, and “we're only at the beginning to sort out what the effects are.”
    According to him, the United States is already in an “ongoing continuous bailout.” Wolff explains that the Federal Reserve is not only printing money and making it available to banks, which it had done before, but is also directly lending to...
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  • A Wall Street chief strategist says stocks will surge in the fourth quarter due to 'incredible economic momentum'

    A Wall Street chief strategist says stocks will surge in the fourth quarter due to 'incredible economic momentum'

    18 days ago - By Business Insider

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    The Leuthold Group's top strategist Jim Paulsen said Wednesday "incredible economic momentum" will drive US stocks higher in the fourth quarter of the year.
    He said a broader economic recovery in some US consumer-facing industries has prompted a rise in confidence.
    He said: "Since 1988, and when consumer confidence has been above average while investor confidence is below, you've had 20% annualized returns in the S&P 500. So, I think it's going to prove to be another good quarter."
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    Investors have many reasons to be...
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  • A Wall Street chief strategist says stocks will surge in the fourth quarter due to 'incredible economic momentum'

    18 days ago - By Business Insider

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    The Leuthold Group's top strategist Jim Paulsen said Wednesday "incredible economic momentum" will drive US stocks higher in the fourth quarter of the year. He said a broader economic recovery in some US consumer-facing industries has prompted a rise in confidence. He said: "Since 1988, and when consumer confidence has been above average while investor confidence is below, you've had 20% annualized returns in the S&P 500. So, I think it's going to prove to be another good quarter." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Investors have many reasons...
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