How do private markets work?

The term private markets describes a class of assets where investors enter into a legally binding partnership and agree to pool their capital into a fund. An investment strategy is developed by a team of investment professionals that specialize in some pre-defined market segment. For example, some fund managers raise capital they can use to… Read More

Market Pulse: Why don’t stock prices always increase when companies beat earnings forecasts?

…Jeff deGraaf, Chairman of Renaissance Macro Research, says no. He postulated recently that when markets have muted response to good news, it’s a sign that the 90- to 180-day forward performance quarters will be better than companies who beat earnings forecasts outright…say, in the first quarter of this year. He thinks that good earning stocks… Read More