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The Right Investment Vehicle

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The best approach to investing is designed to get clients to their investment goal primarily by attempting to avoid permanent and unacceptable losses of capital.

Lack Of Earning Of U.S. Companies Scarier Than Washington Gridlock

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The real story is the equity bubble that is being fueled by excessive liquidity in the economy and declining liquidity in the financial markets.

Munis - Looking Beyond The Recent Sell-Off

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Have muni bonds, the darlings of income-seeking investors these last couple of years, gone to the dogs?

Who Buys When The Fed Does Not?

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Who will step in to fill the void once the Federal Reserve decides to exit the bond market?

Teenage Melodrama and the Market’s Infatuation with QE

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Like a teenager caught between the decision of going to college and leaving friends behind or living in the comfort of home and going nowhere, debt markets have been reeling between taper angst and...

The Curse Of The Magazine Cover Indicator

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The bull is a symbol of a strong and positive stock market, but it seems whenever a U.S. company makes the cover of a publication, the company is in trouble and that its run is at an end.

The Great Taper Caper...5 Themes That Should Carry Investors In Q4

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Amid the angst surrounding the Fed’s anticipated tapering of asset purchases this month, we believe the result will be a tailwind for bond investors rather than additional pain, at least in the...

Reaching Barriers

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Several global bond benchmarks, led by the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield, attempted to breach key barriers last week as the bond market sell-off entered its fifth month.

So Goes Wal-Mart, So Goes America?

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Wal-mart and American retail is the thermometer of the American economy because it measures the temperature of our national financial health.

Washington Is A Big Redistributor

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Federal revenues rose 12.8 percent in y/y in July. They have been boosted by increases in tax rates at the beginning of the year rather than a significant improvement in US economic growth.

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