Wall Street loves these 3 letters: The rest of us should be wary

A financial assembly line that went haywire a decade ago and contributed to an economic crisis is gearing up again […]

The end really is near: a play-by-play of the coming economic collapse

Since June, 2009, the pit of one of the biggest recessions in American history, the U.S. economy has been growing, slowly […]

Could negative rates be next on the Fed’s policy menu?

Alex Rosenberg Last week, the Federal Reserve spooked markets by preserving the monetary policy status quo. Yet a few central […]

The Fed Is Looking at a Very Different Dollar Than Wall Street

By many popular measures, the dollar has traded sideways for the last six months. Then there’s the Federal Reserve’s measure. […]

The Dollar Under Siege

Bud Conrad, Chief Economist   After World War II, the dollar became the world’s preeminent currency. Convertible to gold at […]

Why Unemployment Rates Matter to Your Retirement

My biological clock is ticking—as is yours and everyone else’s. With each passing day, you are either moving closer to […]

REITs, Asset Allocation, & The Correlation Headwind

Morningstar’s Samuel Lee warns “that REITs’ diversification powers are down and so are their expected returns.” Maybe, but it’s premature to dismiss […]

Warren Buffett’s Favorite Market Indicator Shows the Stock Market Is Overvalued

By Dan Dzombak | More Articles November 21, 2013 | Comments (16) The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI  ) and the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC  ) are trading just below their all-time […]

So Where’s the Hyperinflation Already?

  Doug French , Laissez Faire Club The Federal Reserve has grown the monetary base from $827 billion to $3.1 trillion […]

10 Fun Facts About Money [Infographic]

For a world that uses as much money in our day-to-day lives as we do, it is sometimes easy to […]

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