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WisdomTree launched its first ETFs in June of 2006, and is currently the industry's seventh largest ETF provider. WisdomTree sponsors 93 distinct ETFs that span asset classes and countries around the world. Categories include: U.S. and International Equity, Currency, Fixed Income and ... more

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UST 10-Year… Where Do We Go From Here?
The 10-Year broke through the 2.0596% level last week, which puts in play 1.7762% as the next stop on the train.
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The 'Dot'-ted Line
While the bond market’s focus on the blue dots helps shape the U.S. Treasury landscape, as we have seen already, it doesn’t necessarily mean the Fed’s voting members actually follow through on them.
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The Simple Belief Behind Systematic Currency Hedging
Many investors don’t know what to make of currency fluctuations and whether they should take on currency risk or hedge it.
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One Plus One Equals Three
As we saw earlier this year, the Fed can change its tune quickly, but history tells us it won’t respond to one month’s worth of jobs numbers, especially when the “economy is in a good place.”
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Which Came First—The Chicken Or The Egg?
During May, there is no doubt the bond market received some softer-than-expected economic data. However, the data stream overall was mixed (strong jobs), and did not point toward a likely recession anytime soon.
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Don’t "Fix"ate Within Your Short Duration
A 2% to 2.50% growth rate with unemployment at or below 4% and an easing of U.S./China trade tensions in any form would seem to be a recipe for the UST 2-Year yield to rise from its current levels, notwithstanding some geopolitical event.
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