An Optimistic View of the Relative Calm in Markets
Maybe returns on the equity-linked life and annuity products you sell will continue to be stable.
Wall Street Weighs In as Comey Memo Controversy Roils Markets
Analysts say deepening turmoil could further delay policymaking; caution advised given Trump’s weathering of political storms.
Gundlach: Get Ready for Higher Yields, Summer Selloff
The DoubleLine CEO also sees oil prices and the dollar weakening, but gold moving in the opposite direction.
Puerto Rico Files for Historic $70 Billion Debt Restructuring
The proceedings will dwarf Detroit’s record-setting bankruptcy.
Consider Fixed Annuities for Your Client’s Fixed-Income Portfolio
For the right clients, the author writes, fixed annuities may offer many advantages over bond funds
Bull Market Not Over but ‘Broader Correction’ Coming: Bob Doll
Despite concerns about Trump's pro-growth agenda, there are solid economic fundamentals and optimism to support it, the strategist says.
Fidelity’s $100 Billion Bond King Banks on Trump Reflation Trade
Ford O’Neil, winner of Morningstar’s 2016 fixed income manager award, discusses his favorite investments.
Harvard Academic Sees Debt Rout Worse Than 1994 ‘Bond Massacre’
Bond market is confronting the "perfect storm," says Paul Schmelzing, and debt investors face a multi-year period of sustained losses.
S&P 500 Ends Year Up 9.3%; Dow Jones Rallies 13% in '16
Meanwhile, oil has best year since 2009, as gold rises most since 2011.
Gundlach Sounds Fed Alarm, Warns of Selloff Near Inauguration Day
A 10-year Treasury above 3% is going to hurt, the bond guru says.