All Posts Tagged: bonds

Instant Analysis: October FOMC statement

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Front view of the Federal Reserve building in Washington, DC

The headlines will be trumpeting the end of QE3, but that was already widely anticipated by the markets and economic analysts.

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U.S. Outlook: Factoring in a global downturn

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
graph showing recent rise in volatility index.

Financial market volatility has returned with a vengeance. And many signs suggest it could be around for a while.

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Investment recommendation: Neutrality to U.S., slight overweight to international

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
closeup on a pen (in human hand) tracing a pie graph on an investment statement.

Do you have the appropriate equity allocation in your portfolio in the current environment?

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Boosting retirement returns in a low interest-rate environment

Dale Niemi
Posted by Dale Niemi
Retirement & Investing

With interest rates at historic lows — and projected to remain low — investing for retirement can be a challenge.

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