Are You Undersaved or Oversaved?

Are You Undersaved or Oversaved?

Strategic approaches for both types of investors in a low-interest rate world.

Fitch Isn't Buying Steve Mnuchin's Claim Tax Cuts Will Pay for Themselves

Fitch Isn't Buying Steve Mnuchin's Claim Tax Cuts Will Pay for Themselves

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin has repeatedly insisted that President Trump's proposed tax cuts will generate enough new revenue to offset any losses. Fitch Ratings disagrees.

What Utilities Can Tell Us About Bonds

What Utilities Can Tell Us About Bonds

Meanwhile, sentiment has gotten giddy about oil.

What Utilities Can Tell Us About Bonds

What Utilities Can Tell Us About Bonds

Meanwhile, sentiment has gotten giddy about oil.

Is Traditional Fixed-Income Investing 'Broken'?

Is Traditional Fixed-Income Investing 'Broken'?

The best approach in this interest rate environment is to build a portfolio that's resilient in the face of economic downturns.

Recent Moves in the 10-Year Treasury Yield Look Overdone: Market Recon

Recent Moves in the 10-Year Treasury Yield Look Overdone: Market Recon

There are a couple of items that you can take away from a chart.

How to Invest Just Like a Millionaire

How to Invest Just Like a Millionaire

Millionaires are savvy investors who place a lot more emphasis on risk management. Here are some tips to start thinking like a millionaire and to turn your dream into a reality.

Why You Should Be a Central Bank Watcher

Why You Should Be a Central Bank Watcher

Get your portfolio ready! A string of central bank decisions could have a big impact on your portfolio going into next year.

The Character of the Price Action Has Shifted

The Character of the Price Action Has Shifted

I don't know if this is a major turning point, but I'm protecting capital and waiting for better opportunities.

BlackRock's Fink: Balanced Portfolios Should Only Expect 4% Return

BlackRock's Fink: Balanced Portfolios Should Only Expect 4% Return

'There are going to be some times where you're going to have a market setback where you could lose 20, 30, to 40 percent of the market.'