What follows is our weekly wrap with links to Money and Markets articles written by our investment newsletter editors.
Larry Edelson discussed details of his war-cycles study. In his Monday article he revealed what it could mean for gold and what savvy investors should be watching for in the weeks and months ahead.
An indicator Doug Davenport uses to analyze today’s economic environment is investor confidence, and the current trend depicted in these charts suggests we are not on the verge of a large, lasting drop in stock prices.
Bill Hall drew readers’ attention to the Shiller P/E ratio chart that dates back to the 19th century. It shows that the risks for stock investors might ramp up even higher in the short term.
For those who want to buy future winners today at a reasonable price, Don Lucek shared his predictions about which sectors are poised to lead in 2014. His research is primarily based on Weiss Ratings.
According to Mike Burnick‘s analysis, a potential outperformer in 2014 is the energy sector. In his article, he unveiled a few attractive stocks.
Mike Larson‘s warning to stay away from the bond market has been 100 percent on target. Now he’s saying that the Fed’s QE tapering will happen earlier than Wall Street expects – here is the proof.
The Money and Markets Team