Preface - Keep the Federal Reserve in Perspective Before answering any questions about the U.S. Federal Reserve, we would like...Read More
The bull market celebrated its eighth anniversary as equities rose sharply and bonds advanced modestly during the first quarter of 2017...Read More
Most investors have a basic understanding of equity securities and may even spend a good deal of leisure time reading about...Read More
Tax-exempt performance continues to surprise on the upside as interest rates defy logic, political dysfunction has nearly eliminated prospects for near-term change and investor demand for tax-exempt securities...Read More
Despite the sharpest daily downturn of the year on May 17, the S&P 500® finished the month up 1.4%, bringing its year-to-date return to 8.7%. The...Read More
The election of President Donald Trump reinvigorated punditry about the influence of politics on domestic markets. This heightened commentary has left many investors wondering how...Read More
The growing popularity of equity index funds and equity index exchange traded funds (ETFs), combined with several academic studies of the costs and benefits of...Read More
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