Interest Rates Archive

Why This Bull Market Could Be On Its Last Legs

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve decided to keep the federal funds rate at 0.25%-0.50%.  Since then, markets have soared as investors celebrate the continuation of easy money.  However, the Fed also fairly clearly telegraphed a rate ...
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Living On Borrowed Time

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Some Reasons For Caution

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Top Gun FP Client Note: The Debate Over What Happens When QE2 Ends

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Top Gun FP Client Note: The Charlie Sheen Market

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Top Gun FP Client Note: Why Simmering Inflation Is Poised To Knock This Market Down

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Top Gun FP Client Note: Going With The Flow Into Year End

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NY Times: Falling Rates Aid Debtors, Hamper Savers

September 9, 2010  ·  Category: Bonds, Income Investing, Interest Rates
It's the whole point of low rates, to entice borrowing and discourage saving, but it means a massive wealth transfer from savers to borrowers. - Greg McBride, Senior Financial Analyst, Bankrate.com All our clients are struggling with ...
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Which Way Interest Rates?

April 12, 2010  ·  Category: Interest Rates, Macro Economics
A couple of important stories on interest rates this weekend in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. The Wall Street Journal described the different forecasts for the year-end 10 year treaury yield by Morgan ...
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Technical Watch: Dow 11,000, 10 Year Treasury 4%

April 5, 2010  ·  Category: Interest Rates, Market Commentary, Technical Analysis
Source: BeSpoke Investment Group
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