Interest Rates: A Race to the Bottom?
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Interest Rates: A Race to the Bottom?

This month’s move by the Federal Reserve Bank to lower interest rates for the first time in a decade may prove to be a “boondoggle”. This was done on the backdrop of all the economic indicators in the U.S. posting continuously showing record employment, rising wages, all time historic high stock index prices, and record … Continue reading

Sometimes, you don’t need a crystal ball
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Sometimes, you don’t need a crystal ball

As investors and professionals alike argue when the Fed will finally taper their bond-buy program, the culprit of artificially low-interest rates, please understand that the market waits for no one. Even though the Fed hasn’t budged on their message or actions, the market has begun to move in anticipation of the inevitable. In the summer … Continue reading