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The week's best web reads: A market-timing indicator screams sell Add to ...

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

Trends and signals

A market timing indicator with a stellar long-term record is now in “sell” mode.

Three signs to watch for that would suggest the market rally is about to end.

Three out of every four investors are expecting stocks to rally over the next six months - and that may not necessarily be a bad thing.

Fund flows suggest a lot of the money recently existing bond funds didn't go to equities - but rather banks. And that means the bond outlook may not be all that bad.

Speculative short positioning in gold is at its highest ever, according to a Merrill Lynch report. And here's why recent heavy gold shorting could lead to a rally.

The stocks now leading the market rally suggest there is a wider belief in a true economic recovery.

In this era of computerized high-speed trading, data centres are now moving to Washington to get economic releases millisecond faster.

Five emerging markets that are tempting buys right now.

Gurus

Legendary hedge fund manager John Paulson remains undaunted by the huge plunge in gold, maintaining that the case for owning the yellow metal remains strong.

Hedge funds are looking more and more like closet index funds.

Things are only getting worse for bond giant Pimco.

Strategy

Does 'smart beta' really beat cap-weighting?

Portfolio tips on battling volatility.

How traders and economists view the world differently - and what it says about the bond market selloff.

ETFs

ETF investors are turning to short-term junk bonds as a way to balance the risk of higher rates with the desire for high yield.

How eight U.S.-listed exchange-traded funds separated themselves from their broad markets by vastly outperforming.

Why the real threat to gold is bitcoin - or something similar.      

 

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