Ritholtz: A Real Estate Recovery That’s Not Quite There
New home sales are trending far below their historic averages, Barry Ritholtz writes. Will the weakness continue?
Why QE4 Isn't in the Cards
Four reasons that the Fed won't engage in another round of quantitative easing, despite the current market turmoil.
Advisors’ 4 Biggest Concerns: Eaton Vance
Nearly three-quarters of advisors report at least some concern about a near-term increase in interest rates, according to an Eaton Vance survey.
Government Shutdown Fight May Hinge on Planned Parenthood
Looming fiscal deadlines will spark “intense drama and brinkmanship,” says PIMCO's Cantrill.
The Real-World Star Trek Would Be Far From Utopia
What we've learned from technology over the past 10 years or so is that it's rarely as user-friendly or reliable as we'd like.
Why Investors Shouldn’t ‘Buy the Dip’
Macro and market risks remain elevated. We are not out of the woods yet by a long shot.
S&P/Case-Shiller Reports Home Prices Rose Again in June
Potential spoilers of the upward trend: a Fed rate rise and volatility in the stock market.
Don't Count Out Stocks Yet
Three notable things that happened — and didn't — during the market's recent tumultous days.
Why Oil-Producing Countries Keep on Pumping
The big oil-producing countries keep pumping, even though prices are at a six-year low. Who will blink first?
El-Erian: This Sell-Off Might Be Different
It's uncertain, El-Erian writes, whether longer-term stability can be restored with the policy tools that were available in the past.