How Should We Approach Bonds Now?

Yields will likely be higher over the next year, but for now, we can add back some duration to our portfolio by buying long-dated Treasuries or corporate bonds. Here's my advice.

To Know How the Fed Will Act, We Must Interpret Its Words

Let's check out the Fed's two big goals for action -- higher inflation and maximum employment -- to see what we can realistically expect.

For Rate Watchers, This Day Is of ... Interest

The consumer price index surprises to the upside and the Fed meeting minutes are out. Here's my take on both.

We're Seeing Some Consolidation and Basing Action on Friday

The question now is whether the lows that were hit on Wednesday morning will serve as short-term support as we move into earnings season.

Is Jerome Powell's Renomination Now in Peril?

Plus, my take on Friday's jobs report and the steepening yield curve.

Will Rising Yields Tank Stocks? Let's See How Story on Fed Is Shifting

Bond yields are surging, the yield curve is steepening, and Dallas Fed's Robert Kaplan and Boston's Eric Rosengren are exiting. Here's my take on what's happening.

As the Third Quarter Comes to an End, Bulls Will Keep Pushing

When the market fails to embrace the negative thesis, folks with idle cash slower put it to work.

Is This Another V-Shaped Bounce?

Retests of the lows have been quite rare in recent years.

I'm Locked Onto This Bond ETF

The setup on the weekly for the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond exchange-traded fund is a thing of beauty.

Jim Cramer: Go Ahead, Have a Cow, but I Say Powell and Xi Are Bulls

We rallied, because China's President Xi and Fed Chair Powell made decisions that they knew would lead to rallies.