Real-Time Market Monitoring Finds Signs of Brewing U.S. Housing Bubble

Real house prices—prices adjusted for inflation—have steadily increased in the U.S. since 2012. Further acceleration in the pace of house-price […]

The Great Monetary Magicians

By Liu-Yue (Louie) Lam, Global Investment Strategist, Oxstones Investment Club To Medicate, or Not to Medicate: That is the $18.5T […]

The Big Picture

By John Mauldin, By Neil Howe, I’ve been a bit slow in bringing good friend Neil Howe’s predictions for 2016 […]

The Big Four Economic Indicators: October Real Retail Sales

By Doug Short, Advisor Perspectives, Official recession calls are the responsibility of the NBER Business Cycle Dating Committee, which is […]

Gundlach – Rates Will Remain Low in 2014

By Robert Huebscher, Slowing economic growth, low inflation and a lack of motivated sellers will keep interest rates depressed, at […]

The Most Important Economic Chart

By Atif Mian and Amir Sufi, If you must know only one fact about the U.S. economy, it should be […]

43 Thoughts About Investing and the Economy

By Morgan Housel, Motley Fool, 1. According to a Wells Fargo survey, only 27% of millennials say “time is on […]

The Great Disconnect

By: Kemal Derviş, Brookings Institute, Since the second half of 2012, financial markets have recovered strongly worldwide. Indeed, in the […]

‘Safe Haven’ Sovereign Debt at Lowest Levels in Several Hundred Years

By Jacob Wolinsky, Value Walk, Whitney Tilson has some interesting observations on bond yields across the globe. Yields of countries […]

High Ratio of Public Debt to GDP constrains Economic Growth

From The Blog of HORAN Capital Advisors, Approximately two years ago Carmen M. Reinhart and Kenneth S. Rogoff completed a […]