Special Report: Wild Markets
Up From the Bottom
After last week’s selloff and rebound, dividend-paying blue chips look especially attractive, Barron’s reports.
China’s Market Has Another 15% to Fall
Although it’s down 40% from its peak, the Shanghai Composite could drop another 15% or more. Even then, investing could be tricky, Barron’s reports.
A Successful Search for Bargains
Barron’s names four stocks that appear unfairly tarnished in the market’s recent dip.
R.I.P., Momentum Investing
Crowd-driven momentum stocks are likely to struggle in coming months, but growth stocks could take the baton, Barron’s reports.
An Interview With Felix Zulauf
China’s currency devaluation could spark global deflation, says a longtime member of the Barron’s Roundtable.
Where Cash Isn’t King
The weakness in PayPal pypl 1.2131715771230502% PayPal Holdings Inc. U.S.: Nasdaq USD35.04 0.42 1.2131715771230502% /Date(1440795600317-0500)/ Volume (Delayed 15m) : 8162858 AFTER HOURS USD35.04 % Volume (Delayed 15m) : 181962 P/E Ratio 35.86122198342033 Market Cap 42704509221.2548 Dividend Yield N/A Rev. per Employee 536835 More quote details and news » shares following its spinoff from eBay makes for a tempting entry point, given the growing use of the “digital wallet,” Barron’s reports.
Hedge Funds: Short China, Long Apple
Crescat Capital started betting against China back in June. This week’s selloff was its signal to snap up Apple, CBS, and others. Barron’s takes a closer look.
The Best Advice: Returns of the Native
Raymond James advisor Van Pearcy, based in West Texas, uses alternatives to steer ranchers, oil executives, and others through market volatility, Barron’s reports.
Penta: How American Century Finances Science
The founders of mutual fund firm American Century find an innovative way to protect their legacy while working on cures for cancer and other diseases, Barron’s says.
European Trader: Looking Past China to Cheap Stocks at Home
Fears about the health of China’s economy have taken a bite out of European stocks, creating opportunities. Barron’s finds out where the smart money is investing.
Asian Trader: China Still a Threat to Stocks
A big factor in the market turmoil early last week was investors’ fear that China’s economy is slowing. But even as stocks around the globe recovered, many investors appeared to be ignoring a crucial fact: There are no signs that the Chinese have a solid plan to solve their economic problems. So stocks’ scary roller-coaster ride could continue, Barron’s reports.