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The week's best web reads: 5 biggest lies being told to investors Add to ...

Inside the Market's weekend roundup of some of last week's best investing reads on the Internet, which are highlighted every morning in our premarket report.

Market signals

The five biggest lies being told to investors right now.

This might be time to pull back, not dive into stocks: Historical fund patterns don't support the so-called great rotation argument.

While going long the stock market has been a great trade so far in 2013, betting that the bond market would suffer as a result could be the worst.

Seven signs that stocks are about to slide further.

Dennis Gartman has changed his opinion on stocks.

Americans are warming back up to the idea that housing can be a solid investment.


With talk of a commodity “supercycle” now seemingly consigned to the history books, are investors losing faith in the asset class?

The case against commodities and emerging markets.


Top 10 high-conviction purchases by Morningstar's ultimate stock pickers and some new stocks they've started buying.


Why some Canadian mutual funds still have an edge over ETFs in your portfolio.

Currency ETFs are getting more interesting.

An ETF that tracks the stock market in Vietnam has been on fire so far this year.

Investing lessons

The 200-day moving average is not a reliable indicator for predicting market tops.

The best stock performers of the past decade are never the best performers of the next decade.

10 rules of investing from Wall Street guru Bernard Baruch.


R.I.P. Martin Zweig. The well-known market strategist and newsletter editor who predicted the 1987 market crash dies at age 70.

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