All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Bonds’

Stock Market Distrust Shown for Third Straight Year

As it currently stands, the stock market is in a fairly good spot. Interest rates on fixed income and cash are low, market returns in 2013 exceeded 30 percent, and the market itself is setting record highs. Despite all of the success over the past five years, however, Americans are still not likely to invest their hard-earned money in such …

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Janet Yellen Approved for Fed by Senate Committee

Thursday morning, the Senate Banking Committee approved Janet Yellen’s nomination to become the next Chair of the Federal Reserve by a 14 to 8 vote. This vote comes as no surprise to political pundits, especially seeing as Democrats hold 12 of the 22 seats on the committee and Yellen has been supported by Democrats and Republicans, alike, before the vote …

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Bonds Continue to Rise, Making Investment Wise

There has been much talk lately of a government shutdown, and for good reason. Politicians in Washington are still debating what to do about the looming debt-ceiling crisis, with Republicans still pushing for the defunding of Obamacare in order to make things work. The biggest loser in this battle? The stock market. Despite the high numbers reported for the month …

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