Suzanne Hutchins, a portfolio manager of the $1.5 billion Dreyfus Global Real Return Fund, gets paid to see global risks before they upend stock markets. And now, she sees lots of them -- from a potential trade war with China to impeachment talk in the U.S.
An index published by the Boston-based firm State Street shows that investor confidence tumbled in August to a level that indicates they're decreasing long-term allocations to risky assets.
Short-selling a stock is how some investors try to take advantage of a declining company stock price. But it's risky, to say the least. Here's what you need to know.
Is the market turning bearish? What retail earnings are this week?
Threats are out there that investors always need to consider. Are you prepared?
Investors shouldn't get too ahead of themselves before the rout actually comes to fruition, says Jeff Kleintop of Charles Schwab.
Short-sellers have had a rough go of it during the ten-year bull market. But, things may be about to change.
'I don't see anything imminent and obvious that's going to cause a big bloodbath out there,' Whitney Tilson tells TheStreet.
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