Randall W. Forsyth, Barron's

Randall W. Forsyth

Barron's

North Hempstead, NY, United States

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Past articles by Randall:

6 High-Yield Energy Funds to Stay Ahead of Inflation

Energy-based closed-end funds with high yields could help you stay ahead of rising prices. → Read More

Stocks Go From Wretched to Record In Topsy-Turvy Week

Cyclical shares slide in tandem with slipping bond yields, but then both make a comeback. → Read More

The Housing Market Is on Fire. The Fed Is Stoking the Flames.

The central bank’s unneeded bond buying is heating up already red-hot demand for homes. → Read More

Stocks Take Heed of Bonds' Slowdown Signal

Stocks now are noticing the signs of a slowing economy that have been increasingly evident to the bond market. → Read More

Disco Inferno: The U.S. Could Be Headed Back to ’70s-Style Stagflation

As inflation rises, one veteran forecaster sees little reason for optimism on long-term economic growth. → Read More

Bonds’ Odd Behavior May Presage Weaker Second-Half Economy

Inflation rises, but interest rates stay subdued, amid monthly pump-priming from the Fed. → Read More

All Eyes Are on the Fed After Friday’s Strong Jobs Report

Friday’s report is unlikely to spur any change at the next Federal Open Market Committee meeting on July 27-28. → Read More

Forget Tesla. The More Interesting EV Race is Porsche vs. Ferrari.

Ferrari stock has surged, but Porsche represents an investment in the world’s largest auto maker, Volkswagen, which is spending aggressively on technology in electric vehicles. → Read More

Strange Bond Moves Could Signal Slower Growth in Second Half

Yields are following a perverse script, tumbling as inflation rises. That suggests an economic slowdown ahead. → Read More

The Housing Market Looks Like a Bubble. It’s Time for the Fed to Worry.

Policies aimed at bolstering the housing market may be having negative side effects. → Read More

Gold Prices Have Sunk 14%. How the Fed’s Policies Could Restore the Metal’s Shine.

Despite competition from cryptocurrencies, gold remains a strong hedge against inflation and rising interest rates. → Read More

Could Good News on Jobs Turn Into Bad News for Investors?

A stronger dollar and a robust economy might fan inflation fears, reviving the bad old days on Wall Street → Read More

How Biden's Infrastructure Plan Could Trigger a Stock Market Correction

A longtime bond bull tells Barron's that Democrats' huge spending programs could push 10-year Treasury yields to 2%. → Read More

Here’s What Wall Street Will Focus on Next Week as Fed Rate Panel Meets

The projection for the federal-funds rate is key, after the recent rise in bond yields. → Read More

How to Get a 5% Yield Like You Could With CDs in the Flip-Phone Era

You can get still the 5% yields of the 2000s—but with a few risks. → Read More

Income-Producing Funds for a Low-Yield Market Environment

One bond pro finds a group of funds that provide high current returns, while interest rates are ultralow. → Read More

Amid Stock Frenzy, Bonds Send a Message: Inflation Is Coming

Yield curb steepens, interest rates move up, and economists start dialing more growth into their forecasts. → Read More

GameStop Stock Is Just the Latest Sign of a Speculative Frenzy

This sort of action was prevalent last August, just before the big techs that drive the Nasdaq Composite topped out. → Read More

This Is What’s Driving Stocks to Records as the Nation Reels

The prospect of additional relief is counterpoint to the disquiet and fury stoked by the assault on the Capitol. → Read More

The Fed Stays the Course. Don’t Expect It to End Its Massive Asset Support Anytime Soon.

The Federal Reserve’s overall securities purchases have been a big factor in lifting stock valuations. → Read More