Eric Parnell Positions For 2018: Watch The Dollar

From Seeking Alpha:  Eric Parnell has written more than 1,000 Seeking Alpha articles, each providing readers with his thoughtful, yet direct, approach to market analysis. In this year’s interview with Executive Editor George Moriarty, the author of The Universal shares a bullish short- to medium-term outlook that delivers his usual circumspection, with some interesting surprises. Enjoy!

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The Investments I’m Most Excited About

by Brian Bain from Investor In The Family

Eric Parnell is one of nine Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, one of the questions I asked Eric was how he is positioning his portfolio for the second half of 2017 and which investments he is most excited about.

Join Eric at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors and specific ways he’s positioning for the second half of 2017.

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Will The Fed Turn The Market Red?

An interesting historical relationship exists between interest rates and investment markets. It is widely understood that when the U.S. Federal Reserve engages in phases of tightening monetary policy where it is raising interest rates that commodities prices will suffer. But Dr. Copper has had something to say about such conclusions over the past few decades.

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Turns Out There Are Many Alternatives

Apparently there is an alternative. We hear so much about how one has to be allocated to stocks in the current market environment. But has this truly been the only answer? And is this dogged dedication to stocks likely to be the best path for investors going forward?

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10 Things I Hate About Stocks This Summer

I hate U.S. stocks this summer. It’s not to say that the asset class still does not have its place in a broadly diversified asset allocation strategy. But the increasingly sweltering heat on U.S. stocks as we move through the summer months is bound to cause some measuring melting activity. The following are 10 things I hate about U.S. stocks as we move into the summer months.

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