Hot Reads: What Lies Ahead

November 12, 2019

Compiled by Staff


Weak 2019 Earnings Paves Way For Strong 2020 (CNBC)
Earnings in 2019 are setting a low bar to clear in 2020, paving the way for stocks to continue their record-setting rally, according to Wall Street strategists.


Lowered Expectations (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views)
A recent thought piece offers sobering information on return expectations for the next five years.


Buying Stocks At Records Works Until It Doesn't (Bloomberg)
History shows that as a rule, there’s no reason to avoid equities as they surge to all-time highs. But there are always exceptions.


The Best Equity ETFs (Morningstar)
These stock-focused exchange-traded funds all earn Gold ratings.


What To Make Of New Market Highs (SPDR)
Is the stock market on fragile footing, or will it keep moving higher?


Municipal Bonds Today: Don’t Time The Market (MainStay Investments)
We’ve seen a remarkable U-turn in interest rate expectations over the past 12 months.


Emerging Market Country Allocation Matters (MSCI)
Emerging markets’ headline performance can hide a wide dispersion of country outcomes.


Dispelling Myths About Emerging Market Debt Growth (Invesco)
China has been responsible for the vast majority of EM debt growth, and it is on stable footing.


A Way Of Seeing  (Indexology)
Helpful ways of viewing the market.


SEC Thinks Its New Rules Would Improve Proxy Voting (Institutional Investor)
CalSTRS’ head thinks they’d create the next Enron.


The Safest Bet In Canada Is Its Hottest ETF Trade (Bloomberg)
Investors are piling into high-interest savings funds this year.


Gold ETFs: Leader Or Laggard? (Zacks)
The third quarter marked the largest inflows in three years for gold ETFs, according to a World Gold Council report.

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