Faber’s Fatalist Forecast: Fed Will Cut Rates, Relaunch QE
The Fed will reverse policy because the U.S. economy is “already entering a recession,” said Marc Faber of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report.
The Year Nothing Worked: Stocks, Bonds, Cash Go Nowhere
"This year is a wake-up call to think about lower returns for the next several years," says BMO’s Lowell Yura.
Which Puerto Rico Bond Defaults Next? 42% Yields Provide a Clue
Puerto Rico will default in 2016. The question is, will it happen as soon as Jan. 1?
Top 2016 Stock Picks From Market Bull Who’s Turned Cautious
Marty Sass, a perennial stock market bull, tells ThinkAdvisor that he is now “questioning the sustainability” of the stock market rally.
Top 5 Investor Threats: NASAA
NASAA also launched a senior-focused website for the elderly, family caregivers, the securities industry and policymakers.
Dollar Will Still Reign Supreme in 2016
Why 2016 could be the year that the dollar reaches parity with the euro.
What Yale's Investment Guru Wants for Christmas
David Swensen, the legendary chief investment officer at Yale, says “America’s equity markets are broken,” rigged in favor of short-term players and against individual investors.
PIMCO Managing Director Bhansali Quits, Opens LongTail Alpha
The Harvard-trained physicist will lead tail-risk focused strategy and says volatility and risk today make timing "optimal."
Fixed Income Outlook 2016: Have Rising Interest Rates Been Priced Into Bonds?
With the Fed raising rates, and more hikes likely to come, we look at the opportunities and dangers in fixed income in the New Year.
3 Muni Trades That Pushed PIMCO to Top in Year of Distress
The firm left out some risky debt while embracing certain securities that looked promising.