Be cautious on betting which particular tax proposals get implemented.
You may not want to give up on high-yield bonds just yet.
Bonds are a bargain right now, but be prepared to hang in through the volatile times ahead.
The 2005-2006 period may be instructive for what 2017 may bring.
Inflation is running much hotter than official government data suggest. Sell your bond funds.
Jeff Gundlach says that 10-year U.S. bond yields could jump to 3% next year as inflation rises.
Debt is explosive and has been responsible or involved in nearly every major recession or depression in the United States.
Or so investors hope, ahead of this week's meeting.
Markets have given a very strong vote for a share-price rebound.
During the last rate-hike cycle, the S&P 500 actually rose 22%.