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The divergence in the assessment of the outlook reflected in the stock and bond markets may be decided by the ongoing convergence in earnings growth expectations across regions.
It’s a bias that’s been observed for perhaps thousands of years, a tendency to overvalue what we already possess.
On this episode of Stock Market Report, Liz Ann Sonders takes a look at recent data from the Leading Economic Index and the importance of inflection points.
The Federal Reserve’s dovish turn at its policymaking meeting in January was a surprise for the markets, coming only six weeks after the Fed last raised rates and indicated further tightening was likely. What happened?
Finances cause problems for many couples. If you're in a serious relationship, have the money talk now.
The investment-grade corporate bond market has become riskier, and we suggest investors focus on issues and investments that have higher average credit ratings.
Although 4Q18 earnings season is capping a very strong calendar year for earnings; the outlook for 2019 is decidedly murkier, with 1Q19 already in negative territory.
As investors get closer to retirement, they often start to think more about bonds—and about reducing risk.
The Federal Reserve has indicated that they’re unlikely to raise interest rates again in the near-term, but does that mean we should throw caution to the wind?
According to recent stats, women aren't investing enough for financial security. Here's what we can do about it.

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