David Kelly, CFA, chief global strategist at J.P. Morgan Funds, outlines three problems with the current Federal Reserve policy of zero interest rates and quantitative easing.
The symptoms of economic dysfunction in the United States are becoming all too apparent, according to Lacy Hunt, executive director at Hoisington Investment Management. His solution? A sustained increase in savings, sometimes referred to as “austerity.”
With interest rates so low, and a Fed determined to keep them low for a prolonged period, does it make sense to allocate money to fixed income securities right now?
Critics of former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan’s tenure at the Fed — there’s no shortage — may well consider his bullish call on stocks a contrary indicator.
When it comes to the European and U.S. debt crises are we nearing the dénouement — or still in the opening act?
At the Financial Analysts Seminar in Chicago earlier this week, Rick Rieder (pictured left), managing… READ MORE ›
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