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The case for buying Asia stocks over US ones

An expected surge in election-related volatility in the US stock market is paving the way for Asian shares to make a run at besting...

Worsening virus trends are raising alarms for stock investors

As the likelihood of additional federal stimulus fades, US stock investors are returning their focus to the coronavirus pandemic and not liking what they...

HSBC turns positive on unloved Southeast Asian stocks

SINGAPORE — Beaten-down equities in Southeast Asia have become irresistibly cheap, according to analysts at HSBC who recommend investing in Indonesia and across the...

A robot tried to fix value investing and ended up buying...

Artificial intelligence has been touted as a solution for everything from ending lines at the checkout to rooting out systematic bias in Wall Street hiring. It was almost inevitable that someone would suggest using it to fix value investing.

Internet analyst sees permanent tailwind from lengthy lockdowns

Internet companies are likely to be long-term winners from the pandemic as lockdown measures have now lasted long enough for changes in consumer behavior to become permanent, according to Credit Suisse.

Asia’s world-beating stock rally has bulls betting on more gains

In a global market where hardly anything made sense this year, one trend seems to be supported by economic reality: Asian stocks’ outperformance versus the rest of the world driven by the region’s better containment of the coronavirus.

The old 60-40 formula for stocks and bonds has run into...

A precipitous slide in Treasury yields is calling into question one of the world’s most popular investment strategies.

Amateur traders pile into Asian stocks, making the pros nervous

When the coronavirus pandemic sent shares plunging, you didn’t have to be a professional investor to spot a buying opportunity. In fact, it might be better if you weren’t.

Stimulus addiction grows as risk in emerging markets

Emerging-market (EM) inflation is dormant even as governments and policy makers hurl money into the economy. Investors shouldn’t count on it staying that way.

Pandemic propels old-school bond traders towards an electronic future

LONDON — The mammoth bond market has long been the old-school bastion of the financial world, but the COVID-19 pandemic has cast a light...

JPMorgan says investors should be more selective in second half

Investors should be more selective in the next six months as asset returns are likely to diverge because liquidity “cannot paper over specific weaknesses indefinitely,” according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Investing: A considerable choice for Gen Zers

Investing was viewed before as an activity that only the rich or older people do, but nowadays it turns out that younger people are...

Gold drops for fifth month amid a rally in dollar, stocks

Gold is set for a fifth straight monthly decline, the longest losing run in half a decade, hit by a strengthening dollar and U.S....

Bitcoin extends loss after dropping below $8,000 price level

Bitcoin spiked lower after dropping below the $8,000 price level. Volatility in the biggest cryptocurrency has increased over the last few trading sessions after the...

Bitcoin bloodbath nears dot-com levels as many tokens go to zero

Bitcoin’s meteoric rise last year had many observers calling it one of the biggest speculative manias in history. The cryptocurrency’s 2018 crash may help...

Google searches show passive investors are driving emerging-market returns

Passive investors are driving returns in emerging-market debt like never before. Want proof? Check Google. Bank of America Corp. says online searches are a leading indicator...

2TradeAsia: Making investing easy for everyone

By Romsanne R. Ortiguero At the onset of e-commerce in the country before the turn of the millennium, stock trading became more accessible to people with...