One significant headline number released on Friday proved to be less than spectacular, but it masked an opportunity that investors could be overlooking…
In a recent survey, 83% of global fund managers saw the U.S. as the “most overvalued region” among the world’s equities marketplaces.
According to the National Financial Conditions Index, the Federal Reserve’s tightening process hasn’t had an impact on the markets yet.
Health care spending now accounts for more than 17% of the U.S. economy. Even with insurance coverage, more adults are struggling with health care expenses.
All of our annual income tax payments effectively go to the annual military budget. To be frank, I’m concerned about our country ending up like Rome.
One data point that I follow when it comes to gross domestic product (GDP) is the Atlanta Federal Reserve’s GDPNow forecast.
The Fed might be understating the fact that the labor market can improve. The economy is about 11.6 million jobs short of where it was before the recession.
I turned to you last week for feedback. I was curious if you felt your happiness in the U.S. was lessening — and, if so, were you considering alternatives?