Global Equity & Income

Signs of Weakness Real Money Pro($)

Iron ore prices and others indicate a slow economy.
No, it's not the World Cup that has me hopeful. It's the protests.
The European Central Bank's backstopping actions have taken default off the table.
Brazil will kick off the soccer games. Its stocks could win, too.
Regardless of the broad rally, I still refuse to chase.
Hint: Don't bother with any European shares.
For fans of maximum-pessimism investing, this is a rich area.
Are investors chasing a train that has already left the station?
The political and social shifts in that nation could be just beginning.
I think it will pop in the IPO, but I'm bearish on it longer-term.

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