BARRON’S MAGAZINE – JUNE 5, 2023 ISSUE
Regulators don’t have a clear view into the huge world of nonbank finance, or ‘shadow banking.’ Barron’s peers into this opaque world.
Real estate investment trusts have been clobbered over the past year. We survey the landscape, from REITs that specialize in cell towers, data centers, and warehouses to ones holding troubled office buildings. Where to find value and where to dodge traps.
Water shortages and a fast-growing India are among the developments that will change economies and markets.
Randall W. Forsyth
Eric J. Savitz
BARRON’S MAGAZINE – MAY 29, 2023 ISSUE
Bitcoin and other tokens have rebounded while big companies and funds continue to plow capital into cryptocurrencies.
T-bills—Treasuries issued with maturities of one year or less—have become one of the hottest investments around. And why not?
Nvidia might become the world’s first trillion-dollar chip stock—but it’s not worth chasing after this past week’s surge.
BARRON’S MAGAZINE – MAY 22, 2023 ISSUE
Our energy roundtable predicts higher crude prices as global demand grows faster than supply. What’s ahead for U.S. shale, the majors, and the energy transition.
ILLUSTRATION BY MICHAEL HOUTZ
The CEO sat down with Barron’s to discuss his critics’ complaints, the challenging climate for banking, his growth ambitions, and DJing side gig.
The controversy over Bud Light’s transgender promotion obscures Anheuser-Busch InBev’s push to boost global sales and revenue growth
UP AND DOWN WALL STREET
BARRON’S MAGAZINE – MAY 15, 2023 ISSUE
A Starlink IPO could raise billions of dollars and mean less selling of Tesla in the years ahead.
Lenders face steep economic hurdles and stiffer regulations. How to invest as the industry reshapes itself.
Rocket Lab, Planet Labs, and other companies are high-risk bets on taking business to the final frontier.
BARRON’S MAGAZINE – MAY 8, 2023 ISSUE
Bud Light is the latest casualty in a battle over whether companies are embracing too many progressive goals on everything from gender identity to climate change. What’s at stake as companies fight back.
No one wants to buy bank stocks ahead of a recession, says UBS analyst Erika Najarian.
Everyone is talking about Eli Lilly’s Mounjaro and Novo Nordisk’s Ozempic. Now, the drugs are poised to go from conversation starters to profit makers.
An industry reckoning over carbon credits could refresh the market for renewables derived from things such as cooking oil and cow manure. These beaten-down stocks that could get a lift once headwinds subside.
Barron’s Magazine – February 20, 2023:
A glut of so-called virgin plastic is pushing down prices and fueling demand as recycling fails to advance.
Last year was a tough one for investors. Our latest annual ranking of actively managed funds reveals how the best firms pulled it off.
The invasion has lowered global growth, upended energy markets, and heightened geopolitical risk. What comes next might not be an improvement.
Barron’s Magazine – January 30, 2023 issue:
The country’s stocks are up 50% since officials rolled back Covid-19 restrictions. Alibaba, Yum China, and other names stand to gain.
The final installment of this year’s Barron’s Roundtable highlights Deere, Salesforce.com, and other undervalued stocks. Plus, a bevy of bond picks for a rising-rate world.
The home-improvement retailer is more sheltered from a weakening housing market than you might think. Its stock looks like a buy.
There are still reasons to be bullish on the long-term trend of digital transformation. What to watch in the coming week.
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.
Barron’s Magazine – January 2, 2023 issue:
Yields are up on a range of attractive investments—and many beat inflation. 12 ways to cash in.
The mutual fund and brokerage giant is building out crypto services even as the market collapses. What’s behind its Bitcoin plans.