Fixed Income

Look at wage gains for a view of how much the Fed will hike rates.
Sudden moves are typical of the end of a credit expansion cycle.
In 2015, only 9 companies have been able to come to market with debt yielding 12% or more.
It's almost sure the Fed will hike, so here's what to look at.
The interest rate is the most important price in the economy.
We don't know what information Fed governors are using to make rate hike decisions, so be cautious.
Four reasons to be skeptical.
The latest data show that the money created is being passed on.
Seeing several countries around the world reporting weak prices while inflation protected securities rally tells us professional traders think inflation could heat up.
You don't need a "mix of assets" for your retirement portfolio.

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