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Summertime Wanes While Bull Market Waxes
Since March 2009 through late August 2018, the S&P 500 is up nearly 325%. While short-term risks have rocked the boat, U.S. stocks have outpaced other global markets – over that time, and particularly this year.
Rising Inflation Expectations, Rising 10-Year Treasury Yields (Reason To Worry Or Not?)
With a tight labor market showing some wage growth and a recent higher-than-expected consumer price inflation (CPI) report, I'm seeing upward pressure on interest rates.
Mastering Money Decision Making
It’s waiting that helps you as an investor, and a lot of people just can’t stand to wait.
Student Loan Debt Triples In Past 15 Years, Loan Rates Resetting Way Higher
The larger amount of debt reflects higher tuition and campus-related costs as well as declines in state appropriations to public colleges and federal student grants relative to rising college costs.
International Investing – Looking Abroad For Better Returns
Today, the U.S. stock market currently accounts for 36% of the world’s stock market capitalization. So, if you truly want a balanced stock portfolio, you should have 64% (nearly 2/3) of your stock investments outside of the U.S. markets.
Vote At The Polls, Not With Your Investment Portfolio
For investors, uncertainty and nervousness is reaching a crescendo in the final pre-election days. Unfortunately, the election noise is blocking out some positives in the economy and corporate results.
You Will Never Earn A Decent Yield On Retail Money Market Funds Ever Again
Thinking back before the financial crisis, money market funds weren’t just a place to park cash, they would also produce a low but dependable yield, and in some cases higher.
Curious Case Of Oil’s Contagion To Capital Markets
With the S&P 500 down by 9% on the year by February 10th, we’re off to the worst start since the recessionary year of 2008, it’s too early to tell for the Lunar New Year.
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