The Fed appeared to hint that a cut could be coming later as it focuses on expansion -- here's what that could mean.
The longer the Fed waits to cut, the lower rates will ultimately go, but so far there's little hint of action to come.
This is why rates rose the day the Fed made such strongly dovish comments, and how you should manage your fixed income portfolio in response.
There are an array of low-risk, fixed-income opportunities to consider for investors seeking shelter from a stormy market.
My 'Hopium/Doomium' model has stood the test of time.
Wednesday's FOMC minutes convince me that the central bank is becoming less strict about preventing inflation.
What I would rather invest in to get similar yields.
Look no further than Europe for why the Fed has make this shift.
If one is betting on a sustained surge from Citi, bigger banks could be bullish bets.
For the first time in years we don't have to sacrifice quality to maintain income.
The evidence that inflation Is slowing Is mostly circumstantial.
Data has been decent, but is showing signs of softness as the demand collapse in the rest of the world feeds into U.S. data.
Don't expect the market to take a summer vacation this year. We've brought in the experts to help you heat up your portfolio this summer.
Advisers say investors seeking safety and a yield greater than 3% could consider these two asset classes.
I like owning July calls in TLT, as the Fed will have a hard time hiking rates 3 more times this year.
From overweighting dividend stocks to avoiding high-yield bonds, this is how I'm playing things here.
Potential reform of the Volcker Rule won't revitalize the bond market.
Four steps income investors should take now, as Presidents Trump and Xi will likely play nice.
Tricky crosswinds facing the central bank will have major implications on the markets.
Investors worried about stock-market volatility might want to add so-called 'target-date funds' to their portfolios.
It is sloppy and a bit ugly out there today but there are no signs yet of a major turn to the downside.
Options for ETFs that hold short-term Treasury bills and floating rate investment-grade bonds as well as other strategies.
For Women's History Month, Alpha Rising is showcasing the historical women that have paved the way for the rest of us. Today meet Abigail Adams. She was one of the first female bond traders -- she traded war bonds during the Revolutionary War back in 1777 and consistently doubled her money. Watch!
I'd love to buy back some positions but there isn't much on my radar right now.
Income-seeking investors are best served focusing on total return, not just income.
The huge $179 billion issuance this week is only the beginning.
Stock investors should be paying more attention to Fed policy, less to the 10-year yield.
When you take your eye off of an avalanche of earnings, these are the stories you need to watch Wednesday.
This time the issue of higher interest rates may be gaining traction.
Welcome back from the long weekend, Wall Street. Here's what you must know.