The Fed in a Bind
Changing financial markets and global economic conditions are making it very hard for Fed officials to communicate a clear and consistent policy path.
Schwab’s Sonders: Market Headed for ‘Non-Recession Bear’
Schwab strategist Liz Ann Sonders says that while the secular bull market isn't over, a rough several months could be ahead.
Marc Faber Bullish on (Some) Emerging Markets as Others Shun Them
On a generally bearish panel at Inside ETFs conference, with Richard Bernstein and others, Marc Faber stood out as an emerging market bull.
Jeremy Siegel: No Bubble, No Reason to Fear the Fed
The Wharton finance professor lays out his bullish vision at the Inside ETFs conference and says oil prices are "never going back to $100."
Andy Friedman: Indie Voters Crucial to Clinching Presidency; Trump Could Trip Up
The next president will have to win independent voters, Friedman says. He also discusses two ways Donald Trump could blow his chances.
Managing a Client’s Emotional Response to Declining Markets
It is up to us to help clients fully understand and stay true to the notion “buy low, sell high,” Mike Patton writes.
8 Ex-NFL Stars Worth a Fortune
While stories of fortunes lost generate much buzz, many NFL stars walk away from the game set for life and even increase their wealth.
5 Reasons Not to Panic Over the Markets
You can share with clients the reasons, says Daniel Kern, but you should be monitoring certain developments at home and abroad.
Social Security a Top Concern of Iowa Caucus Goers: AARP
Poll shows that more than nine in 10 Iowa caucus goers want presidential candidates to have a plan for the future of Social Security.
Gundlach on Economy: ‘The Primary Trend Is Down’
The DoubleLine CEO says global economic weakness is not debatable, and the dollar is not likely to rise.