What the October Jobs Data Means for the Fed
Here are the three data points to look for in the October jobs report tomorrow to discern how the Fed is leaning, Mohamed El-Erian writes.
Bill Would Tighten Hedge Fund Reporting Rules Amid Puerto Rican Crisis
Rep. Nydia Velázquez, who introduced the bill, accused hedge funds holding Puerto Rican debt of “profiting from the island’s misery.”
Sovereign Wealth Funds Face Their Rainy Day
The retreat of the sovereign wealth funds, with their $6 trillion-plus in assets, is a potential factor of instability in an already sickly global economy.
Valliere Upbeat on Ryan, Economy; Predicts Clinton vs. Rubio Election
The political strategist talks about why both parties are terrified of their presidential front-runners and says the fiscal picture is brighter than many observers think.
Bill Gross: Flat Yield Curve Crushes Capitalism
“Capitalism does not function well” with an “inappropriately flat” yield curve, Gross writes, suggesting a new Fed strategy he calls “Operation Switch.”
‘Too Much Stuff’ Weighing on Economy: Brinker Capital CIO
The real problem with the U.S. economy isn't the Fed or lawmakers, William Miller says; it's overcapacity and a declining consumer base.
High-Yield Bonds Signal More Market Gains: Searching for Alpha for November 2015
This return of the risk appetite for fixed income investors may indicate that the economy is in better shape than many believe.
Top Portfolio Products: ETFs of Restaurant Stocks and of China A-Shares
Hungry for a way to invest in restaurant stocks? Check out the new BITE ETF.
How Advisors Can Use ETFs to Minimize 2015 Tax Bills
Now is the time for investors to sell money-losing ETFs and stocks to offset capital gains in the current calendar year, Ron DeLegge writes.
Worried the Tech Bubble Will Burst? Keep Calm
The current situation doesn’t look much like the bubble of the late 1990s, but there might soon be a broad drop in funding for startups.