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businessinsider.comThe market's biggest and most influential investors are altering their strategy — here's what they're doing and what it means for youBI PRIME: Goldman Sachs conducted a survey of 848 hedge funds overseeing a gross total of $2.3 trillion in stock positions. The firm pinpointed three large changes that are underway for the market's largest investors.
thedrum.comUpfronts 2018: The four must knows for the TV IndustryThe 2018 Upfronts have officially wrapped. Last week, all of the major networks and TV advertisers came together to talk deals and take stock in the industry. From cord-cutting to artificial intelligence, there was no shortage of narratives. But what were the most important themes for the market? Here are four that popped up again and again and are likely to continue to dominate conversations well into the summer.
marketwatch.comDon’t get burned: June is the second-worst month of the year for the DowThe month of May is set to be a positive one for the U.S. stock market, which bucks a seasonal trend for weakness and could give wary investors reason for optimism since June isn’t a historically good month for stocks either.
marketwatch.comThe subtle sign of promise for stocks, from a Wall Street veteranThe Dow just might saunter to a weekly win. Count JonesTrading’s Michael O’Rourke among the strategists marveling at the stock market’s resilience. Ahead of 2018’s 101st session, he offers a chart that helps illustrate why he’s impressed.
marketwatch.comActive managers do better in a volatile stock market, but investors still prefer passiveActively managed funds remain sharply out of favor in 2018, as investors continue their decadelong move to low-fee passive products, but for the moment, that exodus is occurring against a backdrop of stronger-than-usual performance.