Senators Vow More Work on Housing After Voting to Wind Down Fannie, Freddie
Members of the Senate Banking Committee said they’d keep working to overhaul the housing finance system after casting a narrow vote to advance the bill.
Gundlach: Long Bond ‘Melt-Up’ Coming
Star bond manager Jeffrey Gundlach roused Altegris conference attendees with a bullish call on long-term bonds, poised, he says, for a “melt-up.”
Roth Replaces RCAP’s Brown as Schorsch Defends Move
Schorsch tells ThinkAdvisor that he adamantly denies allegations that RCAP is turning into an "ole boys' club" as the respected Valerie Brown leaves Cetera.
Nicholas Schorsch, the Mission of a Man: The 2014 IA 25 Profile
Believe it or not, it’s been less than a year since real estate investor Nicholas Schorsch started making headlines for his IBD buys.
Investors Flee Bubbly Valuations, Seek Value: TrimTabs
TrimTabs CEO David Santschi says investors have made a massive shift from growth to value stocks this spring, creating opportunity for traders sifting through carnage.
REITs Outpace S&P 500 in April, Equity Market YTD
Self-storage was the industry's top performing sector, with health care coming in second, NAREIT says.
Under the Hood: Reverse Mortgages—What You Need to Know
Fred Thompson and The Fonz may extol the benefits of reverse mortgages, but the reality is quite different. Here's how to assess this product.
Gundlach: Golden Age of Housing Is Over
CEO Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine says the fundamentals of the housing market are weak and that the recession has scarred a generation of home buyers.
Today’s Bond Market Slams Conventional Wisdom
For Treasury doomsayers, the great collapse of unmanageable public debt will have to wait.
20 Best & Worst States for Taxpayer Value
WalletHub’s study factors in infrastructure, education, health and three other categories of state government services.