Richard Cox is based in China, and has lectured at several universities there on international trade and finance, focusing primarily on macroeconomics and price behavior in equity markets. His articles appear on a variety of Web sites, including MarketBulls.net, Seeking Alpha, FX Street and others. Investing strategies are based on technical and fundamental analysis of all the major asset classes (stock indices, currencies, and commodities). Trade ideas are generally based on time horizons of one to six months.
Recent Articles By The Author
With S&P at Record High, Consider Dividend ETFs with International Exposure
Recent policy surprises from the Federal Reserve suggest these three ETFs are likely to perform well into 2014.
Jobs, Not Inflation, Will Drive U.K. Rates
Evidence of Bank of England hawkishness has sent the pound to new highs. But the U.K. job market needs to improve for this rally to continue.
Yen Weakness Far From Over
Prolonged asset decline makes the yen the second-worst-performing currency.
There's Still More Upside in Silver Wheaton
Low valuations and a highly efficient business model make Silver Wheaton a buy at current levels.
3 Dividend Stocks to Buy Ahead of the Fed
These three dividend yielders should perform well, even if the Fed starts to wind down its bond purchases as expected.