Practical analysis for investment professionals

Quantitative Easing


Perpetual Debt Is Already Here

The costs and risks associated with debt have shifted from the borrower to the lender.

Concentration Risk on the Buy-Side of Credit Markets: The Causes

What are the effects of buy-side concentration on the structure of the corporate bond market?

Myth-Busting: Money Printing Must Create Inflation

Shouldn't all the recent monetary and fiscal stimulus lead to higher inflation? Maybe not.

Beware the Bubble? The US Stock Market Cap-to-GDP Ratio

The Buffett Indicator is flashing red and has been for a while now.

Book Review: Active Investing in the Age of Disruption

Evan L. Jones’s vantage point as a manager of managers brings invaluable insight to the most vital issues facing investment professionals.

Who’s Afraid of Jerome Powell?

Jerome Powell, Andrew Bailey, and Christine Lagarde shouldn't keep us up at night.

Monetary Policy Gone Wild: A Lost Generation of US Growth?

The Fed could be setting the US economy up for a harder fall down the road.

No Longer Superheroes? Twilight of the Bonds

With low, nil, or negative yields, how much can bonds still contribute to a portfolio?

Tilting Portfolios to Leverage Macro Trends and Political Winds

Back in the 1980s, “monetary policy was a great way to stimulate the economy,” Jack Ablin, CFA, said. Not anymore.

Policy Divergence and Investor Implications

Bank of America Merrill Lynch macro-economist Karin Kimbrough explores a world where all the old symmetries of monetary and fiscal policy have evaporated.



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