Value stocks have started to show signs of life. Russ discusses why energy and financial stocks are currently the best ways to play the theme.
A downturn for stocks may not be top of mind these days, but one will happen eventually. To prepare for that, Russ discusses why the source of the selloff matters as much as the magnitude.
Russ discusses the reasons why Japan’s equity market may outperform emerging markets.
Consumer spending helps fuel the economy, but, as Russ explains, still sluggish spending continues to limit growth.
With the top two positions at the Federal Reserve soon to be open, Russ discusses how the easy money era goes back a long way.
Russ explores why both risky assets and traditional safe havens have performed well this year, and whether that can continue.
Value stocks have largely sat out the broader market rallies this year. Russ explains why, and what could spark a return to investor favor.
Russ discusses the trend behind the surprising gold rally this year, and why the political drama in D.C. means it may continue.
Whatever happened to the increase in interest rates that was supposed to occur? Russ explains.
Russ discusses an enigma: Stocks continue to climb higher and volatility is at all-time lows while disarray reigns in Washington.