Barron’s Magazine – January 23, 2023 Issue:
Shares of companies with strong fundamentals are poised to shine this year, no matter the economic backdrop. Toyota and Warner Bros. fit the bill.
Target-date funds have become a mainstay of America’s retirement plans. While they have their benefits, investors may be better off with a more nuanced approach, especially as they near retirement.
The window to snag a $7,500 credit may be closing fast, though leasing may be a loophole in the new tax rules. How to navigate the obstacles.
Work rules in Nafta and its successor could help with North America’s labor shortages. But Washington isn’t interested, Edward Alden writes.
Barron’s Magazine – January 16, 2023 issue:
Bullish or bearish, our 10 panelists help make sense of increasingly complicated market dynamics. Plus: nine stock picks.
Barron’s tells you who’s who at the central bank and how to decipher what they say. Consider it the definitive guide to the Fed-verse.
Generationally high inflation was the story of 2022. That’s not going to be the story of 2023. The boogeyman of disinflation—and even some deflation—is about to become the biggest risk to stocks, and investors are going to have to figure out how to position portfolios for falling prices.
Barron’s Magazine – January 9, 2023 Issue:
Tech companies went on a spending binge to satisfy new pandemic demand. Then came the reopening and the rate hikes. Now, investors, consumers, and employees are on the hook for the bill.
A punishing macro climate is making it tougher to find winners. But shares of quality companies may still be rewarded. Here’s what to look for.
After a tough 2022, this could be the year that fixed income is a better bet than stocks. Here’s what some of the experts recommend buying now.
The electric-vehicle leader has been hammered by China lockdowns, a possible recession, and CEO Musk’s antics at Twitter. But the company has real strengths and cheap shares.
December 19, 2022 issue:
After a selloff in the year’s first half, equities could rebound as investors anticipate a return to economic growth, market strategists say.
Our 10 favorites from last year handily beat the market. Why we now like Alphabet, Bank of America, Medtronic, and seven others.
The FTX collapse has sparked a crisis of confidence just as the industry tries to burnish its reputation. What’s ahead for 2023.
Retirees need to start planning at age 60 to avoid getting blindsided by the income-related monthly adjustment amount, or IRMAA, which can get tacked on to standard Medicare premiums
@barronsonline December 12, 2022 issue:
“Nobody budgets this kind of inflation.” How retirees are responding to the fastest-rising prices in 40 years.
High inflation and the volatile stock market have wreaked havoc on people’s retirement plans. Cash—handled correctly—can provide some relief.
The company’s big bet on primary care hasn’t yet come to pass. Should investors be worried?
Investors are punishing Regal Rexnord for acquiring Altra Industrial Motion as the economy weakens. Those concerns are overblown.
The firm’s nontraded real estate income trust, BREIT, was a big success until the turmoil of 2022. When redemption requests mounted, the firm limited them, raising a raft of issues, from fears of outflows to regulatory scrutiny.
– @barronsonline December 5, 2022 issue:
Affordability is still an issue, mortgage rates will remain high, and homes are sitting on the market longer. It all adds up to a stalled 2023 for real estate.
Barron’s Magazine – November 28, 2022 issue:
You don’t need a miracle to have a secure retirement. You need a plan.
With markets expected to produce lower returns in coming years, it’s crucial that you optimize the tax efficiency of your portfolio and spend wisely.
Investors finally have ways to play the first radical shift in computing since the 1950s, but you’re better off waiting before jumping in.
From tax legislation to the debt-ceiling debate, a lot is riding on the next Congress. What to expect from divided government.
Fed officials are considering the timeline of a potential slowdown in interest-rate hikes, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Bond yields moved off their highs.
Tesla’s stock has been in a tailspin. But if the electric-vehicle maker is able to navigate a few bumpy months, it will be a signal that it’s headed in the right direction.
A recession in 2023 would put banks back on their heels after a strong recovery from the pandemic. Sticking with the battleships may be best.