Tag: S&P 500
Recent downdraft has made some good blank check companies into enticing bargains, the value guru argues.
This noted market pessimist said in January that some shares would thrive, despite a popped bubble.
The S&P 500’s happy days are numbered, with investors blind to Washington overreach, says Michael Hartnett.
A suffering economy, a generous Washington, the homebound blues—all have played a role in scrambling the field over the past 12 months.
They have lower volatility and often better returns than corporates, a study by the Gundlach firm concludes.