Investor Psychology Cycle – Are We “There” Yet?

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As the pendulum swings between greed and fear, investors typically become over-enthusiastic during bull markets and over-despondent as the bear’s growl grows louder. Time will tell whether we are dealing with a typical investor psychology cycle and how it will play itself out, i.e. whether we are heading for the stages when investors embrace stocks en masse and when a turnaround in fortunes typically sets in. […]






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Fund flows indicate overbought emerging markets

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As of Wednesday, equity fund flows into emerging markets have stayed positive in 10 consecutive weeks. “Going back 10 years, this historically correlates with at least a short-term correction in emerging market stocks,” said a report by US Global Investors – Weekly Investor Alert. […]






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A bull in a China market

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As a new symbol of China’s financial market ambitions, it is getting its own bull sculpture for the Shanghai Stock Exchange – similar to the one in front of the New York Stock Exchange. Interesting … […]






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Wealthtrack: Ben Stein on bullet-proofing portfolios

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This week on Wealthtrack, Consuelo Mack has a wide ranging discussion with the one and only Ben Stein about bullet proofing your investment portfolio and Wall Street’s culpability in the financial crisis. […]






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Greek debt crisis: Lehman 2.0?

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“The Greece crisis has let to increasing scrutiny of sovereign debt, and could be a small-scale sketch of other large nations, including the U.S., which carry increasing levels of debt. All this could all end horribly, if governments refuse to cut spending and markets refuse to fund that spending,” said Dian Chu in this guest blog. […]






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