Russ explains why investors should pay more attention to the stock-bond correlation coefficient and understand its impact on investment portfolios.
It’s easy to fixate on headline inflation numbers that appear disappointing, but Rick explains why there’s more to the data than meets the eye.
Should soft commodity prices portend slowing growth and concern investors?
Russ discusses why momentum, which has thrashed value this year, could struggle in the second half.
Stocks are getting expensive by traditional measures. Russ takes a look at what history tells us about what could happen next.
In my many conversations with investors and industry peers about factor investing, one topic seems to always come up: factor investing timing. I’ve had recent discussions on this topic with a central bank whose managers need to think about preserving capital and with a more nimble RIA team which explicitly wants to use timing to pursue incremental returns.
Rick Rieder explains the under-appreciated negative economic side effects of today’s student loan levels, with the help of three charts.
Rick provides his take on the Fed’s most recent rate hike and makes the case against an overly rigid view of price change.
Russ discusses why many technology stocks have tumbled recently, without any obvious reason.
Russ explains the different circumstances that have pushed the U.S. dollar downward and what the recent retreat means for your investments.