Economist Perspective: Supply, Supply, Supply

Economist Perspective: Supply, Supply, Supply

Will Rising Bond Supply Affect Equities?

Federal Reserve Will Review How Well It Makes Policy and Communicates

Federal Reserve Will Review How Well It Makes Policy and Communicates

The Fed will start a review next year of how it meets its goals of promoting employment and controlling inflation and how well it communicates to the public.

Finally, a Real Fed Chairperson Presides Over the Economy

Finally, a Real Fed Chairperson Presides Over the Economy

Thank you, Powell, for avoiding the opioid market fix of constant monetary accommodation and quantitative easing.

Economist Perspective: Why 2019 Will Be Different?

Economist Perspective: Why 2019 Will Be Different?

Will lag effects of interest rate hikes and the trade war with China show up in 2019?

Debt-to-Equity Ratio: Definition and How to Calculate

Debt-to-Equity Ratio: Definition and How to Calculate

Debt-to-equity ratio is a highly useful tool to measure a company's financial health

Forget October, Bring on the Rest of the Year

Forget October, Bring on the Rest of the Year

This month has been lousy, but there are factors that could still produce a year-end rally.

Building Bond Ladders with BulletShares ETFs

Building Bond Ladders with BulletShares ETFs

One way to generate stable income and protect against rising interest rates is through a bond ladder.

Trump's Fed Bluster Likely Will Be Much Ado About Nothing

Trump's Fed Bluster Likely Will Be Much Ado About Nothing

The president's attempts to intimidate Jerome Powell probably won't impact Fed policy, with one possible exception.

What Do Equities Know That FX and Commodities Do Not?

What Do Equities Know That FX and Commodities Do Not?

The biggest risk right now is the yuan level versus the dollar.

Why These Countries Are Dumping U.S. Treasuries and What It Means for the Dollar

Why These Countries Are Dumping U.S. Treasuries and What It Means for the Dollar

Data has been decent, but is showing signs of softness as the demand collapse in the rest of the world feeds into U.S. data.