Todd is the Content Team Leader at Fisher Investments, and is a regular contributor to MarketMinder.com. He has been with the firm since 2006.
Oddly, S&P’s defense against the Justice Department’s lawsuit seems to be their ratings amount to “puffery.”
If we extrapolate its growth forward, hyperbole is destined to crush common sense.
The common currency tends to be a convenient scapegoat for all that ails Greece, but this seemingly gets the Greek situation entirely backwards.
As a source of export demand, the eurozone in aggregate is significant to the UK. But this total view doesn’t tell the full story.
We’re closing in on Thanksgiving, and political football over the deficit seems set to kickoff again.
Many suppose foreign trade reduces employment opportunities for American workers. But digging even slightly below the surface shows these theories lack factual support.
The Senate began its annual exercise debating US-China trade policy Monday.
When financial markets get rocky, many investors don’t need a new investment strategy. They need one for controlling their nerves.
Many Peak Oil theorists’ bleak view of human creativity and lack of understanding of modern science are fatal fallacies.
Fearing change is human, but change is what makes capitalism great.
Instead of planning for attention-grabbing hyperinflation, consider today's reality and what's more likely in store.
A decade after SarbOx became law, a look back seems apt.
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