Outside the Hellenic stock exchange in Athens: the new Cambria Global Value ETF specialises in undervalued markets, like Greece. Photograph: chris ratcliffe/bloomberg

Aer Lingus, CPL, CRH, FBD, Fyffes, Glanbia, Kingspan, Origin Enterprises, Smurfit Kappa and Total Produce all have one thing in common – they a(...)

You heard it here first: A trader  on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Not that long ago, investors looking for their daily fix of market analysis had to make do with broker notes and market summaries in the mainst(...)

Pullback, correction or bear market? Market selling unnerved investors, who just weeks ago were assuming another year of strong gains. Japan’s (...)


European indices are ending the year on a high. Not only have the main bourses surged 15 per cent since June , there have been 22 consecutive weeks of(...)

All action at the NYSE: speculators looking for a quick buck bid up high-volatility stocks whereas the safe and steady stocks tend to get ignored. photograph: brendan mcdermid/reuters

Listen to the investment experts. Buy the best companies. High returns demand high risks. Such instructions might seem commonsensical and prudent, but(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

It’s easy for active investors to drown in a sea of misinformation. There’s no shortage of confident commentary telling investors and traders what to (...)

Wall Street traders wear 2013 new years party glasses: the four-day trading period between Christmas and the new year has seen average gains of 1.06 per cent since 1896 – 10 times that recorded by other four-day trading periods. photograph: allison joyce/getty images

November may be dreary, but seasonal market strategists always welcome its arrival, noting the bulk of market gains have accrued during the November-A(...)

Jeremy Siegel (above) is set to engage with fellow market historian Robert Shiller at a conference next month. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images

A DISPUTE about a stock valuation indicator between two academics doesn’t sound like a critical matter. But, when the argument concerns two of the wor(...)