U.S. Growth Could Continue for 3 More Years: T. Rowe Price
The investment firm is optimistic about the near term but is “awaiting clarity” on Trump's economic plans.
Financial Advisors Voted Overwhelmingly for Trump: FSI Poll
Financial advisors favored Trump over Clinton by a ratio of more than 3 to 1, according to a post-elction poll from FSI.
Morgan Stanley Shuns Aging U.S. Bull Market for Japan in 2017
Strategist upgrades Japan stocks and downgrades U.S. equities; one of the year’s worst performers becomes a favorite.
Index Funds, Quants and Hedging: John Bogle Speaks
Bogle discussed some of the more abstruse critiques of index investing with Bloomberg.
Why Are REIT Values Below the Private Market?
The public market is more concerned about rising rates and fundamentals than the private market is, says Green Street Advisors’ Jim Sullivan.
Welcome to Silly Season, aka Market Prediction Time
Taking a consistent, disciplined approach to investing will benefit you and your clients much more than following the “top picks” of the market prognosticators.
For Cuba’s Economy After Castro, a Glum Forecast
At a glance, the case for Cuba’s optimism is obvious, but the core problems of the region will also hamper its growth, writes Tyler Cowen.
Fed Officials Expect to Raise Rates in December
Fed officials see a strengthening case to raise rates as the labor market tightened, according to their November meeting minutes.
6 Keys to Investment Success: T. Rowe’s Brian Rogers Reflects
As Rogers prepares to retire in March, he shares the investment lessons he’s learned during 35 years at T. Rowe Price.
Muni Bonds Face Hit From Trump Tax Plan, Unfunded Liabilities
Trump’s plans to reduce tax rates coupled with growing unfunded pension liabilities spell potential problems for the muni market.