The April 2018 International Monetary Fund (IMF) Fiscal Monitor reported global debt has reached a historically high level.read more
The current twinset of corrections appears to have created a fair amount of uncertainty, according to Barron’s bi-annual Big Money Poll of professional investors.read more
Trade tensions ratcheted higher last week as the United States and China staked new positions on the not-so-dusty main street of trade.read more
During the first week of the first quarter of the New Year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose above 25,000 for the first time ever.read more
Last week, major U.S. stock indices experienced a selloff, and we saw a dramatic downturn in stock markets.read more
No matter what happens in the months to come, it’s a good time to reassess your risk tolerance and make sure it aligns with your financial goals and asset allocation.read more
There is little doubt the Millennial generation has been reshaping our world. One of the most remarkable aspects of this demographic group is a preference for experiences over consumer goods.read more
Last week, global stock markets took a bit of a dip after President Trump announced a 25 percent tariff on steel and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum.read more
Last week, the U.S. Treasury auctioned $258 billion in bonds. Treasury auctions are the way the United States government finances its debt. The Treasury sells short-, intermediate-, and long-term IOUs, known as bills, notes, and bonds.read more
Ever since the Federal Reserve began raising the Fed funds rate in 2015, analysts have been anticipating higher inflation.read more
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Midyear Outlook 2017: A Shift In Market Control
July 25, 2017
An important shift has taken place in this economic cycle. The Federal Reserve (Fed) was finally able to start following through on its projected rate hike path, raising rates twice in just over a three-month period. ...