From bonds to energy to emerging markets, an examination of what might be hot and what might not.
As long as central banks are pumping liquidity, it will continue to drive asset prices higher. Copper should be a beneficiary into the new year.
Investing in these bonds requires a counter-intuitive approach, and reframing how you look at risk.
Perhaps so, as other factors such as lower interest rates and resolution of the Brexit issue serve as positive market forces.
The complacency of too many market participants presents opportunity, including with an options play.
Here are the mostly likely scenarios and impact on stocks and bonds.
Will President Trump's administration move ahead with plans to turn up the heat on China in such a way that U.S. consumers for the first time share some of that pain?
After the 266,000 payroll number on Friday, here's my analysis and how to prepare for the months ahead.
The Fed is considering introducing a rule that would let inflation run above its 2% target.
The next leg up gets overbought too quickly and sentiment turns bullish too quickly.