The ‘Big Trump Rethink’ on Economy: HFE Economists
Markets are hoping Trump will be practical and market friendly but don’t know yet if that will be the case, according to economist Carl Weinberg.
SEC’s White: No SEC Fiduciary Rule Coming Before January
In her final House Financial Services panel testimony, White also said that the agency is still “significantly” underfunded.
Trump’s Election Fuels ‘Paradigm Shift’ in Bond Yields, Inflation Outlook
Yields were already rising before the election but took off afterward, which suggests that investors should rethink their portfolios, strategists say.
The Alternatives to Chasing Yield
In looking for “bond-replacing” securities in client portfolios, consider the company’s growth prospects and valuation.
Don’t Overreact. Stay Optimistic. Advice From Advisors Post-Election
Whether it’s been clients or media asking advisors the questions, the advice has been the same: “Focus on the long term.”
Gundlach Said Trump Would Win—but How’d He Know?
The DoubleLine CEO, still bearish on bonds, says the Republican represented change for many voters.
With Trump, GOP in Control, Investment Strategists See Volatility, Uncertainty
JPMorgan’s David Kelly thinks Trump’s bigger proposals will be modified by establishment Republicans.
Investing in ESG, SRI or Impact Funds? Do You Know the Difference?
Demand for investments that have a social dimension beyond profits is growing, but do advisors understand all the different labels?
Fed’s Evans Not Confident Inflation Will Reach 2% Target
Chicago Fed president says it’s no "crime" if Fed set inflation goal too high; he's 'worried that inflation expectations have been moving down."
Grantham’s Big Forecast Change: No Market Bubble, No Burst in Sight
The GMO investment guru explains what statistics, historic patterns and other factors mean for investors and advisors.