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The SECURE Act

A $1.4 trillion year-end spending bill was signed into law on December 20, 2019 in order to keep the government running. Tucked away i...

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The $3.7 Trillion Corporate Debt Question

Corporate debt, or money borrowed by corporations from investors in the form of bonds, has been increasing since the Great Recession. ...

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The Repo Market

Every day about $1 trillion flows between financial institutions, loaned at a short-term interest rate known as the repo rate. Normally t...

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Geopolitical Risks Q4 2019

Geopolitical risk in Q4 2019 will have global markets on watch as they could meaningfully affect global GDP.  These geopolitical risks...

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“Halo Effect”: The Importance of both

According to marketwatch.com, over 90% of consumer purchases still happen in a store.  This seems contrary to the common misconception ov...

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Triple Top: A Red Flag?

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Too Low For Too Long?

Reserved as one of the most powerful forces in the financial markets, inflation can send the economy into a tailspin.  This is one of ...

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5G: Truths & Myths

The big four telecommunications companies have started creating marketing campaigns to introduce their efforts to bring 5G or fifth-gener...

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Inverted Yield Curve: What’s the big deal?

Investors began the New Year trying to shake off recent market swings. December 2018 brought about the biggest single-day pullback and si...

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Shutdown Stalemate

The back and forth amongst political parties over the border wall and the shutdown of the Federal Government have so far, not impacted...

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