Hot Reads: Leveraged ETFs Betting Against US Stocks Draw In $1.4B

Plus, there's an easier way to win in alternatives.

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Leveraged ETFs Betting Against US Stocks Draw In $1.4B (Bloomberg)

Short S&P 500 fund sees 12 days of inflows, Nasdaq racks four.

 

An Easier Way To Win In Alternatives (Institutional Investor)

Betting on small funds over large managers may give investors better odds of outperformance.

 

Tech Stocks Slammed (Yahoo Finance)

The Nasdaq fell more than 2% on Monday as the dollar neared parity with the euro ahead of key inflation and earnings data due out later this week.

 

Commodity Supercycle Decline (Disciplined Systematic Global Marco Views)

Evaluating individual markets.

 

BlackRock: Consumer Spending No Longer Drives Economy (Financial Advisor)

High inflation is a symptom of a global economy that is driven more now by supply-side factors, they said.

 

A Tale Of 2 Economies (Jackson Hole Economics)

The two economies are expenditures and income measures of GDP.

 

Crypto Tokens: Does Security Selection Matter? (CFA Institute)

What role does security selection play in cryptocurrency investing?

 

10 Best Cannabis Stocks To Buy Now (Kiplinger)

Investors in marijuana stocks have been put through the wringer for years. Will 2022 finally be their time to shine?

 

Bill Gross Favors T-Bills Over Stocks, Bonds As Recession Looms Large (ThinkAdvisor)

The former bond king has one piece of advice for those looking to buy dips in bonds, stocks and commodities: Just don't.

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