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Without Pain, There’s No Gain In The Stock Market

According to Lipper data, investors moved over $190 billion into money-market funds in the final quarter of 2018—the biggest dash to cash since 2008. How many got back in to catch the best January rally in over 30 years? Whipsaws are painful. And all too common in the stock market. Another example: Apple issued a profit warning after the market ... Read More »

There’s a reason many more Indians might want to read the works of Clarice Lispector

It was in the year 1943, at the age of 23, that Clarice Lispector published her first novel, and on the suggestion of Lúcio Cardoso, whom she was in love with, titled with a line from Joyce: Near to the Wild Heart. And just like first loves are often followed by greater, more intense loves, Lispector’s masterpieces came later, but in ... Read More »

There’s no reason for the market to fall apart, expert says

Even if President Donald Trump doesn’t get his agenda enacted, the market can still rise — but what investors should focus on will probably shift, expert David Waddell told CNBC on Monday. “There isn’t any reason for this market to tip into recession, so there’s no reason for it to fall apart,” the CEO of Waddell & Associates said in ... Read More »