Investors Should Curb Their Enthusiasm, Warns JPMorgan’s David Kelly
Kelly says the U.S. economy is a "healthy tortoise" that could pick up speed but won't turn into a hare.
Bill Gross Likens Trump’s Policy-by-Twitter to Mussolini
Calling the latest jobs report “decent,” Gross says Trump’s “cajoling companies” on factories reminded him of Mussolini exerting “government control of corporate interests.”
Election Leaves Millennials Pessimistic About Financial Security
More than 70% of millennials said the economy this year would be worse off than in 2016, the survey found.
Reagan's Lesson for Trump: Listen to the Lawyers
Reagan learned that while it’s tempting to say yes to your boss, the most helpful answer is often the one he doesn’t want to hear.
5 Key Considerations for Investors in 2017: Janus
Stable energy prices and renewed optimism about the U.S. economy suggest to Janus that new opportunities lie ahead.
Fund Flows in 2016 Break Records, Again: SSGA
Assets rose 16% above the earlier record, but two fund groups stalled as investors withdrew their holdings.
Bob Doll’s 10 Predictions for 2017
Nuveen’s chief equity strategist expects stocks will outperform bonds but peak in the first half of the year.
Trump, New Congress Must Cut Energy Regs: Oil Lobbyists
The American Petroleum Institute wants Trump and Congress to pare down in first 100 days federal rules that conflict with those imposed by the states.
3 Investment Ideas for 2017: Searching for Alpha for January 2017
While the animal spirits certainly have more tricks up their sleeves, there will be opportunities to add to the stellar gains of ’16.
Fed Officials Endorse Gradual Rate Hikes
Many Fed officials are starting to worry that they might be forced to raise interest rates faster because of inflation.