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Cathie Wood's Famed Market-Beating Return Is Disappearing - Yahoo Finance
(Bloomberg) -- The outsized gain that turned Cathie Wood into one of the world’s most famous proponents of active fund management is quickly evaporating as some of her favorite stock picks tumble.
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After years of trouncing the market and just days after Wood issued a broadside against passive investing, her flagship ARK Innovation ETF now looks set to give up all the outperformance it once enjoyed against the S&P 500 Index. Wood’s strategy of picking stocks involved in “disruptive innovation” has fallen victim to the tech meltdown as investors flee high-priced growth shares in an environment of rising interest rates and high inflation.

From inception, the fund’s net asset value has still grown to $45.59 on Friday from $20.12 in the last week of Oct. 2014 when it launched -- a gain of about 127% -- according to figures from the company’s website. But the S&P 500 had a total return of 136% over the same period, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

The situation worsened …
Cathie Wood's Famous Comeback to the Market Is Disappearing - The Bharat Express News
(Bloomberg) – The outsized gain that made Cathie Wood one of the world’s most famous proponents of active fund management is fast evaporating as some of her favorite stock picks tumble.

After years of beating the market and just days after Wood published a brothel against passive investing, its flagship ETF ARK Innovation now looks set to shed all the outperformance it once enjoyed against the S&P 500 index. Wood’s strategy of picking stocks involved in ‘disruptive innovation’ has fallen victim to the tech meltdown as investors flee high-priced growth stocks amid rising interest rates and rising interest rates. high inflation.

Since its inception, the fund’s net asset value has risen further to $45.59 on Friday, from $20.12 in the last week of October 2014 when it launched — a gain of around 127% — according to figures from the company website. But the S&P 500 had a total return of 136% over the same period, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

The situation worsened on Monday when ARK Innovation fell almost 10% against a 3% decline in the US benchmark. Wood’s company did not immediately respond to an after-hours request for comment.

Elon Musk and Cathie Wood say passive funds have gone too …
Japanese Market Significantly Lower - RTTNews
The Japanese stock market is significantly lower on Tuesday, extending the losses in the previous session, with the Nikkei 225 staying just above the 26,000 mark, following the broad sell-off on Wall Street overnight, with weakness across all sectors amid a weaker yen and concerns about slowing growth, soaring inflation and prospects of tighter policy moves by global central banks.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 Index is down 308.34 points or 1.17 percent at 26,011.00, after hitting a low of 25,773.83 earlier. Japanese shares ended sharply lower on Monday.

Market heavyweight SoftBank Group is losing 4.5 percent and Uniqlo operator Fast Retailing is down almost 2 percent. Among automakers, Honda is losing almost 2 percent and Toyota is declining almost 3 percent.

In the tech space, Advantest is losing more than 3 percent, Screen Holdings is declining more than 2 percent and Tokyo Electron is down almost 3 percent. In the banking sector, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial and Mizuho Financial are edging down 0.5 percent each, while Mitsubishi UFJ Financial is losing 1.5 percent.

The major exporters are mixed, with Sony losing more than 4 percent, Panasonic edging down 0.3 percent and Mitsubishi Electric declining more than 1 percent, while Canon is gaining almost 2 percent.

Engagement Rings Market Growing Demand, Rising Trends and Revenue by Region 2022-2028
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Fed warns of worsening market liquidity - AFR
“From a financial stability perspective, since most participants access commodities futures markets through a large bank or broker-dealer that is a member of the relevant clearing house, these clearing members are exposed to risk when clients face unusually elevated margin calls,” Dr Brainard said.

“The Federal Reserve is working with domestic and international regulators to better understand the exposures of commodity market participants and their linkages with the core financial system.”

The S&P 500 index of US stocks tumbled on Monday to the lowest levels in more than a year and is now almost 17 per cent below the record high set on January. 3. The decline in asset prices has coincided with a move towards sharp monetary policy tightening by central banks around the world, including the Fed, to address ongoing inflationary pressures.

“Elevated inflation and rising rates in the United States could negatively affect domestic economic activity, asset prices, credit quality and financial conditions more generally,” the report said. It also called out US house prices, which it said “could be particularly sensitive to shocks” given high valuations.

The Fed last week authorised a half-percentage point increase in its benchmark interest rate, marking the largest single rise since 2000. Chairman Jerome Powell …
Becoming a game changer: how great ideas can come to life - Marketing Interactive
This post is sponsored by FAB Indonesia.

The COVID-19 pandemic has unquestionably presented an era-defining challenge to the marketing industry. So, as marketers, we are being challenged to think about building brands during these pandemic years, and beyond. The question is: How is marketing being redefined, and what can we do to help brands grow faster?

To be a game changer is to be innovative, to be out of step with the rest of the crowd. What’s new about change isn’t that it’s occurring, but the speed at which brands are both expected to anticipate and be able to react to it.

Being a game changer is all about delivering a great experience for your customers. While experiences are based on a wide spectrum of feelings, the outcome of these feelings, and the overall experience, will be the benchmark for an organisation’s success.

Here are several concepts to remember as you set out to change the game, and bring great ideas to life.

To deliver exceptional customer experiences throughout a whirlwind of change, marketers need to have an intelligent strategy to survive. Agile innovation and adaptive marketing strategies in the midst of a pandemic are a must to maintain the pace of business. The focus …
Share Market LIVE: Sensex extends losses, down 550 pts, Nifty hovers around 16200
“Hawkish stance by the Fed, rate hikes by RBI, Bank of England and Australian central bank have created an atmosphere of risk-off for equities. We don't know how long this will last. Nifty corrected by 3.9 percent last week, but investors should not commit the mistake of aggressively buying on this dip assuming that prices have corrected a lot. Even after the correction, Nifty is trading at around 19 times FY23 earnings. This is higher than the long-term average of 16 times and certainly not buyable valuation, particularly when equity markets globally are facing many headwinds like risk of growth slowdown, Ukraine war and supply chain disruptions caused by stringent lockdown in China. However, long-term investors may start nibbling at high quality stocks in segments like financials where there is valuation comfort,” said V K Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services.

Petrol and diesel price May 9: Fuel cost still unchanged; Check prices in Delhi, Mumbai, other cities here Petrol prices have been left untouched for more than a month now (33 days) by oil marketing companies (OMC). Prices have been steady since April 6 after OMCs hiked prices by Rs 10 per litre through 14 price hikes across …
Do Institutions Own Irish Continental Group plc (LON:ICGC) Shares? - Yahoo Finance
If you want to know who really controls Irish Continental Group plc (LON:ICGC), then you'll have to look at the makeup of its share registry. Institutions often own shares in more established companies, while it's not unusual to see insiders own a fair bit of smaller companies. I quite like to see at least a little bit of insider ownership. As Charlie Munger said 'Show me the incentive and I will show you the outcome.

With a market capitalization of UK£597m, Irish Continental Group is a small cap stock, so it might not be well known by many institutional investors. Our analysis of the ownership of the company, below, shows that institutional investors have bought into the company. Let's delve deeper into each type of owner, to discover more about Irish Continental Group.

Check out our latest analysis for Irish Continental Group

What Does The Institutional Ownership Tell Us About Irish Continental Group?

Institutions typically measure themselves against a benchmark when reporting to their own investors, so they often become more enthusiastic about a stock once it's included in a major index. We would expect most companies to have some institutions on the register, especially if they are growing.

As you can see, institutional investors …
Main Stock Market's Turnover Plunges amid U.S. Monetary Tightening | Be Korea-savvy
SEOUL, May 8 (Korea Bizwire) — Turnover of South Korea’s main stock market plunged to similar levels seen during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic as investors fret over the U.S. monetary tightening, data showed Sunday.

The average daily turnover of the KOSPI market stood at 10.7 trillion won (US$8.4 billion) in the April 6-May 6 period, down 33.6 percent from a year earlier, according to the data from the Korea Exchange.

The tally was similar to the 10.66 trillion-won turnover two years earlier when the local stock market was battered by the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In January 2021, the average daily transactions of the KOSPI market shot up to 26.4 trillion won. This year, the turnover stayed at around 10-11 trillion won after rebounding from a yearly low of 9.9 trillion won in December last year.

The sluggish stock transactions came as investor sentiment was weakened by expectations for the U.S. Federal Reserve’s aggressive rate hikes.

Last week, the Fed raised the benchmark interest rate by a half-percentage point to a range of 0.75-1 percent, the biggest hike in 22 years, to curb runaway inflation. The move followed its first rate increase since 2018 in March.

Market experts forecast the Fed is expected …
The eight things you need to know about the new largest cruise ship in the WORLD - Global Circulate
CRUISE line Royal Caribbean is all about breaking records.

With newest venture Wonder of the Seas, it has reset the benchmark for the world’s largest cruise ship, for the second time in a row.

An epic 18 DECKS tall, the 1,188ft-long liner is as wide as seven double-decker buses parked end to end, and can carry 9,288 people.

She is set to debut in Europe this May, with eight distinctive “neighbourhoods” on board, including an exclusive new suites-only area on the top two decks.

From the expansive pool deck to world-class entertainment, JESSICA LESTER marvels at its best and newest features.


Royal’s Oasis-class ships are well-known for their variety of food options — but Wonder tops them all, with more than two dozen different dining areas.

While the much-loved Windjammer Marketplace with all-you-can-eat buffet has returned for everyday dining, there are also new speciality restaurants to try.

There’s a steak house, the Chops Grille, Giovanni’s, and gourmet hotspot 150 Central Park — all of which sit proudly within the giant Central Park complex in the belly of the ship.

But new concept Wonderland is the star of the show. Combining molecular gastronomy with a fairytale theme, the restaurant serves up adventurous dishes from both land …

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