Overstored and Undershopped | Barron's, Aug. 5, 2019
Barron's print edition as published Aug. 5, 2019
On the Cover: Overstored and Understocked - The Retail Reckoning is far from over, but some chain stores will thrive. How to spot them.
Also in this issue:
- HP’s Future Is Brighter Than Many Think | HP Inc. is still cranking out big ideas —and has a chance to upend manufacturing with 3-D printing. By Eric Savit
- Drilling Down to Find Cheaper Utility Stocks | Attractive dividends and reliable earnings growth make regulated utilities a good way to play defense. By Lawrence C. Strauss
- A Flexible Fund for Fixed-Income Bets | Fund Profile: Matt Toms, head of Voya Strategic Income Opportunities, calls himself a one-trick pony. It’s an impressive trick. By Lewis Braham
- So You Want to Be a Night Trader | After-hours trading was a reliable money maker —until late-night presidential tweeting came along. By Lewis Braham
- Responsible Investing Isn’t Black and White | Climate scientist Jason Smerdon has learned to make compromises to achieve his investment goals. By Sophia Cai
- Have Lenders Pushed the Envelope Too Far? | Debt issuers are fighting back against hedge funds that use credit default swaps to trigger defaults. By Mary Childs
- A Bull on Bitcoin and Tesla | Q&A: ARK Investment founder Cathie Wood discusses five disruptive innovations ready to turbocharge economic growth. By Leslie P. Norton
- Don’t Have $1 Million for Retirement? | A simple, two-step plan for middle income Americans looking to generate lifelong income.
By Sarah Max
VOL. XCIX No. 31