Recent gains in the stock market have captured attention, but are they a sign of a lasting trend or merely a prelude to potential challenges?
Richard discusses current economic factors that are moving the markets.
Richard explains the collapse of SVB Bank in simple to understand terms.
As the Coronavirus causes volatility in the financial markets, the Federal Reserve lowers a key interest rate. What is the reason for this predictable move? Did it go far enough, or are more cuts likely?
What does the Fed’s decision to cut interest rates for the second time this year mean for the economy and your investments?
Yield curve inversions can be a precursor to a recession. Should investors be concerned?
Our stock market has been experiencing a tremendous run since the bottom of the 2008/2009 recession. In fact, the current economic expansion will celebrate a full decade this June and could surpass the longest expansion in history that took place between 1991 through 2001. What might be ahead?
How might the Federal Reserve’s rate hike affect your finances? This article explains.
The Fed recently announce a .25% increase to the Federal Funds Rate. Additional incremental rate hikes may follow in 2016. If you are retired (or soon will be), you will want to consider what gradually higher interest rates could mean for
What might higher inflation (and correspondingly higher interest rates) mean for your portfolio? Under such conditions, your investments may perform better than you think. But caution may be in order.