6 ways that global investing is breaking the rules.
Do you know who Haruhiko Kuroda is? He's the man who's been selling happy pills to Wall Street for the past couple of weeks, causing the stock market to rally beyond its already precarious peaks. The influence of Japan's central bank governor on trading in New York is just one of the reasons the market hasn't been behaving in ways that conventional assumptions would predict. In fact, the boilerplate investing caveat that "past performance is no guarantee of future results" has never been truer. Here's a rundown of what looks different now.