Should we be alarmed by the increase in corporate profit margins?
Many investment professionals claim to “manage the fund managers”—in my view, a recipe for an inefficient, backward-looking strategy.
The Fed’s feeling innovative again—this time with their measurement of Financials’ health instead of monetary policy.
In our view, the so-called u-shaped investment strategy is fraught with peril for investors.
Are stock buybacks misleading investors?
Paying for performance isn’t as great as it sounds.
Your mind can play tricks on your portfolio—being aware of them early may be your best defense.
How high is too high for stocks?
What does the latest round of Fed stress tests tell us?
New Fed Head Janet Yellen has the whole media crowing about when the next Fed Funds rate hike will be—will her announcement ruffle markets’ feathers, too?
What does one new rule change mean for UK pensioners?
How should investors prepare for a possible correction?
With an uptick in IPOs and retail investors starting to return to the market, is the bull reaching euphoric levels?
The US and EU slapped sanctions on Russia after Crimea voted to rejoin the Motherland, but so far, the economic impact appears minimal.
Fears of a Chinese hard landing have circulated for years—do recent data suggest they’re merited?
Is record-high margin debt a bearish indicator?
What should investors make of recent chatter that the “easy money” days of the bull market are done?
A recent regulatory investigation in the UK might shed light on proposed rule changes in the US.
What does the bull’s five-year anniversary mean for its future?
What does Ukraine have to do with a 1938 US natural gas law?
Are investors too euphoric?
Could a corporate default in China actually be a positive?
“Yes” isn’t always the answer you should be hearing from your financial adviser.
A number of positive economic data releases this week were overshadowed by the events in Eastern Europe.
With all eyes on the Crimea this week, banker pay and a Supreme Court case are under-the-radar issues that may have a greater impact on capital markets than what’s happening in Eastern Europe.
Is Bitcoin a viable currency?
Russia’s assault on the Ukraine is terrible, but the likelihood it escalates into a global conflict major enough to derail this bull market appears slim.
The downward revision to Q4 US GDP growth had a big silver lining, but how will the Fed see it?
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