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The U.S. could split up, Gundlach says. Here’s how he’d invest for that.

The U.S. could split up, Gundlach says. Here’s how he’d invest for that.

Donald Trump is most likely to win re-election, but no matter the outcome of the presidential race, the U.S. could find itself broken into more than one country as unrest and acrimony grip the electorate, noted investor Jeffrey Gundlach said Monday. Speaking on a webcast hosted by with its founder, David Rosenberg, Gundlach said he had “far less conviction” about Trump than in 2016, when he was one of a handful of people taking Trump’s long-shot candidacy seriously.Gundlach has previously , but in conversation with Rosenberg, a noted economist, he also weighed in on the prospects for the...

November 2, 2020
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Sustainable-investing flows have smashed records in 2020. What’s going on?

Sustainable-investing flows have smashed records in 2020. What’s going on?

Is 2020 the year ESG came of age?Flows into investment products with an environmental, social, or governance focus — also sometimes called sustainable investments — are topping earlier records, gathering over $15 billion in just the first six months of the year, according to research provider ETF Flows.Investors have long expressed interest in ESG products, but rarely put their money where their mouths were, noted Dave Nadig, a longtime veteran of the now serving as ETF Flows’ chief investment officer and director of research. “The dam has broken. This is the year it came out of the...

July 10, 2020
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16 million people just got laid off but U.S. stocks had their best week in 45 years

16 million people just got laid off but U.S. stocks had their best week in 45 years

This was the best of weeks, and it was the worst of weeks.To start with the “worst:” we learned that for the first time, for a three-week tally of more than 16 million and taking the jobless rate up to 10% or more, even as it likely underestimates the number of people who haven’t been able to get through to overburdened state unemployment systems.The “best” part may have been just as unsettling. , with the Dowup 12.67%, the S&P 500gaining 12.1%, and the Nasdaqup 10.59%.In fact, two sectors of the S&P 500 charted their strongest week ever. The chart above shows the sector performances, with...

April 10, 2020
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