Stocks markets – anticipating improved growth?

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Stock markets have been heading north over the past few weeks while market commentators question the health of the world economy and especially the situations in the U.S. and China. But who is right and who is wrong? This very question prompted me to look at the ability of stock markets to anticipate the fortunes of the underlying economies. […]

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Gartman’s top three trades for 2011

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Dennis Gartman, writer of “The Gartman Letter”, tells CNBC he wants to own agriculture, “strong stuff” and regional banks in the Midwest. […]

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S&P Index from 1825 to 2010

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This post features an interesting depiction of the S&P Index’s annual returns since 1825. Please click through … […]

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Political risks surrounding Asia

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Fraser Howie, managing director at CLSA Singapore, outlines the geopolitical risks to be aware of this year. He tells CNBC’s Emily Chan that the impact of China’s growing prowess on the balance of power in Asia is something to watch for. […]

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Gold likely to surpass $1,650 this year

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Spot gold prices will rise to at least $1,650 in 2011, believes Juerg Kiener, CEO at Swiss Asia Capital. […]

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Take guidance from market axioms

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As we approach the first trading day of 2012, it will be time well spent to review a list of investment truisms and axioms. […]

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