by Econompic Data A Wealth of Common Sense has a recent post 'Stock Market Losses with Low Interest Rates' that outlines: Just because interest rates are low doesn’t ...Read more Comments Off on The Relationship Between Stocks and Bonds
by SIACharts.com We normally just comment on the USD Dollar versus the CAD Dollar relationship, but this week for the SIA Equity Leaders Weekly, we are going to ...Read more Comments Off on SIA Weekly: Strong USD is An Important Investment Consideration
by Michael Kahn, Barron's Although it has been quiet on the gold front in recent months, gold-mining stocks are finally making some technical noise. They are not yet ...Read more Comments Off on Gold Miners are Finally Starting to Outperform Bullion
Some readers have asked if other fixed income asset classes could be just as effective as long term treasuries for an equities portfolio in hedging an equities book ...Read more Comments Off on Why Investors Persist Hanging on to Long Treasuries at Such Low Yields
by Russ Koesterich, iShares While recent market weakness, and the accompanying bond market rally, has tempered fears of an imminent bond market meltdown, many equity investors are ...Read more Comments Off on How Rising Rates Will Affect Stocks (Koesterich)
Investor Alert - Beware of Rising Confidence! For the first time in this recovery, general economic confidence seems poised to improve significantly— a trend which will likely dominate ...Read more Comments Off on James Paulsen: Investment Outlook (January 2012) - "Beware of Rising Confidence!"
This note is a guest contribution by Bespoke Investment Group. There has been a lot of talk this week about how "the great bond bubble" is about to ...Read more Comments Off on Dow Dividend Yield Versus 10-Year Treasury Yield (Bespoke)
Adam Hewison is back with four new videos, sharing his outlook for the S&P500, the dollar, gold, and crude oil in the near term. Even if you're not ...Read more Comments Off on Adam Hewison: A Sneak Peek S&P 500, Dollar, Gold, and Crude Oil
It seems the world is in the midst of a love-hate relationship with the dollar. Dow Jones Newswires reporter Shelly Banjo speaks with Jonathan Lewis, principal of Samson ...Read more Comments Off on Why there’s still time to bet against the dollar
Speaking at the Per Capita annual conference, Policy Exchange 09, in Canberra, Australian economist Steve Keen looks at the rising national debts in Australia and the United States, ...Read more Comments Off on Steve Keen: How do we pay for all this debt?
James Surowiecki spoke with Professor Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel Prize-winning economist, about the mishandling of the financial crisis, the relationship between government and markets, and the future of ...Read more Comments Off on Joseph Stiglitz Interview (New Yorker Magazine)