All posts by Barron Maestro
Closed-end Fund Adams Natural Resources to be Added to the SMA Portfolio
There are occasions when a Closed-End Fund (CEF) is preferable to holding a comparable ETF due to the positive effect a high discount has on expected return.
- Posted July 1, 2015
Carl Icahn Warns of Risk in Stocks and High Yield Bonds
Carl Icahn, reknowned for his large net worth ($23.3 billion) and investor activism, was on CNBC this week cautioning the public of the dangers involved in investing in stocks and junk bonds at current valuations.
- Posted June 25, 2015
Jim Paulsen and Jeffrey Kleintop on World Economic Bounce and Greece
Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, and Jeffrey Kleintop, Charles Schwab, provided their views on the global economy and Greece today on CNBC.
- Posted June 15, 2015
Mark Mobius on Where to Invest in Emerging Markets
Mark Mobius, Ph.D., executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group and long-time expert on overseas investing provided his outlook for the asset class on CNBC yesterday.
- Posted April 21, 2015
Commodities Approach Previous Area of Bottoming
The blog The Short Side of Long has posted a chart demonstrating the devastation experienced in the commodities markets since the middle of 2011.
- Posted March 19, 2015
Marc Faber’s Latest Market Views
Boom, Doom and Gloom Report publisher and long-time market commentator Marc Faber was interviewed on CNBC this morning.
- Posted March 18, 2015
Interactive Brokers is Best According to Barron’s
Barron's magazine reports that Interactive Brokers is the best overall brokerage service in their annual rankings.
- Posted March 7, 2015
International Stocks Hold More Value: Andrew Burish
Andrew Burish of UBS explains to Barron’s Magazine the allure of investing internationally while U. S. stocks are near their most expensive level in history.
- Posted February 22, 2015
The Baltic Dry Index is Hitting Multi-Year Lows
Recently, the Baltic Dry Index (BDI), which measures changes in the cost to transport raw materials such as metals, grains and fossil fuels by sea, has fallen to its lowest level since 1986 indicating anemic worldwide economic...
- Posted February 5, 2015
Jeffrey Saut Says Oil May Have Bottomed
Jeffrey Saut, chief investment strategist of Raymond James Financial, was interviewed on CNBC yesterday. Saut said he sees the makings of a bottom in crude oil.
- Posted February 3, 2015