Whether or not US GDP’s Q1 contraction is eventually revised away, nothing here bodes ill for the economy.
Pundits offer plenty of explanations for bond market volatility, but bond markets aren’t very volatile by historical standards.
Contrary to conventional griping, stock buybacks don’t detract from long-term investment in research and development.
Should the rise of populist parties in Spain concern investors?
Selling in May is a not a recipe for boosting returns.
This bull market holds some valuable lessons for investors who base investment decisions on P/Es or dividends alone.
False fears still run rampant in this bull market.
Q1 earnings defied the strong-dollar doomsayers.
Worried about funding your retirement in an era of low yields? The solution is changed thinking.
This typical bull market isn’t brought to you by the Fed.
The eurozone grew for the eighth straight quarter in Q1, but most pundits are only now noticing.
The UK election’s outcome hasn’t increased political risk for stocks.
Stocks have plenty of ammo to pierce an arbitrary line on a chart.
We would suggest patience before you buy into the theory a bond bear looms.
Here are 10 graphs and charts showing why we don’t believe Greece is a threat to the bull market.
Trade surged in March, triggering confused growth fears.
Corrections do not operate on schedules, so they are never “due” or “overdue.”
Is the bond market drying up?
Reforms enacted 40 years ago today ushered in a golden age for individual investors’ market access, but they didn’t make investing any easier.
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