Hot Reads: IMF Wants ETF Risks Reviewed

Plus, a look at whether rising bond yields will fix the 60/40 portfolio.

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IMF Calls on Policymakers to Reexamine ETF Risks (Financial Times)
Concerns center around volatility, emerging markets and transmission of shocks, but industry figures insist they are overstated.

 

Will the 60/40 Portfolio Start to Work Again? (Morningstar)
The jury is out on whether rising bond yields could turn the tide in favor of the popular diversification strategy.

 

Jim Cramer Slams Inverse ETF Targeting His Stock Picks (Benzinga)
After originally encouraging people to bet against him, the CNBC host is now questioning the fund.

 

What Are Safe Investments in Volatile Markets? (Yahoo Finance)
Where experts suggest parking money amid high inflation.

 

What a Stock Market Bottom Looks Like (A Wealth of Common Sense)
If everything were obvious in the stock market, it wouldn't offer such wonderful long-term returns.

 

The ‘Everything Bubble’ & the ‘Great Repricing’ (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views)
Multiple bubbles are coming to an end before our eyes as we return to normalization.

 

Is a Bottom in Sight? (Jackson Hole Economics)
A bottoming is more likely first in global government bond markets, with equities following behind.

 

How Retirees Can Withstand a Tough Market Winter as Inflation Stays High (ThinkAdvisor)
There are some silver linings in the current environment, including buying the dip and sourcing higher-yielding bonds.

 

What Is Passive Investing? (Kiplinger)
Instead of trying to beat stock indexes, track them.

 

Is Any Good News Hidden in the Current Market Turmoil? (Yahoo Finance)
Just because recent performance has been poor doesn't mean we're due for a quick outsized really ... or that prices should tank further.

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