Date: December 2013

4 posts in December 2013

20Dec
13Dec

Cleaning Up After the Party is Over: How the Fed Will End Quantitative Easing

With tapering in the air along with holiday cheer, we are getting a lot of questions about how the Fed will end its Quantitative Easing program. This note quickly reviews the QE program and then discusses how the Fed’s asset purchase program will be unwound. Our expected scenario is that sometime in the next few…

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13Dec

“High-Yield Bond ETFs Worth Risk” – IndexUniverse interview w/Rob Stein

The U.S. economy is on the mend, and 2014 should bring another year of positive market action if economic fundamentals continue on their strengthening path. (READ MORE…)

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10Dec

“Stocks Slide as Investors Take Profits” – WSJ article ft. Rob Stein

U.S. stocks edged lower as investors looked to cash in on some of the year’s strong gains and weighed the potential impact of reduced Federal Reserve stimulus. (READ MORE…)

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