The inverted yield curve has been in the news a lot lately. What is it, and why is it important? … More Does an inverted yield curve spell trouble?
The current bull market of 3,453 days is now the longest on record, exceeding the bull run from 1990 to 2000. Since the lows of March 2009 through mid-August 2018, the S&P is up over 300%, the Dow is up over 250% and the Nasdaq is up 450%. The best performing sectors, according to the Wall … More Can the Bull Still Run?
June 15, 2013 Most financial advisors have typically recommended that investors allocate a certain percentage of their portfolio to bonds. Depending on your age, risk tolerance, and income needs, that percentage may range from 25-40% or even higher. Historically, bonds have not only supplied steady income to a portfolio, but have also reduced overall risk … More Bonds: Getting Kicked Off the Playground