Municipal bonds and emerging markets have not seen the same rally as U.S. stocks and may hold a greater risk premium, Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis says.
Why now may be a good time to counsel clients to stay the course.
Why the Fed taper isn’t the only thing investors should keep their eyes on.
The current employment rate really doesn’t truly represent the amount of slack in the economy, Chief Economist Joe Davis says.
There is belief that a lower correlation environment favors active investing strategies. Jim Rowley casts doubt on the notion with three key points.
Fran Kinniry puts into context comparisons drawn between the bond market sell-off in 2013 and 1994. The conclusion is that the recent sell-off was not nearly as bad headlines painted.
The Federal Reserve is going to be led by a remarkable economist, but Janet Yellen still faces challenges. Policy will evolve, says Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis.
Jim Rowley and Joel Dickson offer their perspective on some of the most frequently discussed ETF issues.
Joel Dickson and Jim Rowley tackle questions posed during a recent webinar on the theme, “The power of active in passive.”
As market commentators offer predictions for the 2014 stock market, Fran Kinniry gives his candid views on the practicality of following such forecasts.