Mutual Funds Weekly: Stocks are almost halfway through ‘Octoberphobia’ — but investors have reasons to be spooked
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Stories getting attention from MarketWatch readers this past week include reports about the questionable health of U.S. stocks as investors confront “Octoberphobia” — their not-exaggerated fear of big share-price drops in the month of October. Plus, check out an exchange-traded fund striving to produce a little extra yield for its shareholders, read primers on factor investing and ETFs, and see why financial advisers are encouraging clients to appreciate art — particularly the impressive way that fine art can appreciate.
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Works by Warhol, Basquiat, and many others have been setting record prices for years. So it’s no surprise that 88% of wealth managers think art should be part of their services. Here’s what you need to know. What you need to know to invest in art