Don’t Count Your Chickens

Opinion: The high yields on municipal bonds are tempting, but you need to be mindful of these hidden risks Municipal bonds have high yields, making them more attractive than U.S. Treasury bonds. But you better be careful. Municipal bonds are typically exempt from federal income taxes, and if they are issued within your state, exempt […]
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Why Inflation May Not Be Transitory

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The Highest Yields on municipal bonds are tempting

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Economic Growth Weakens While Inflation Rises | September 18, 2021

Economic Growth Weakens While Inflation Rises Why may we see economic growth continue to weaken in the coming months? Delta Variant upsurge causes consumers to pair back spending Unemployment benefits ending Hurricane Ida effects Looming government shutdown Why may inflation continue to rise? Material shortages Labor shortages Supply chain delays In our view, we believe […]
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Waiting for Godot | September 11, 2021

Waiting for Godot If you’ve been waiting for a correction, it’s been like waiting for Godot. The statistic of the week was that we have not had a 5% correction since last October. If that holds up for the rest of the year, it will only be the third time that has happened since 1980. […]
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When is it Too Much? | September 4, 2021

When is it Too Much? First the pandemic bred fear, and then it bred money. Clearly there was a great financial need among many millions of Americans as the pandemic closed down the economy in the Spring of 2020. Congress came out swinging with several bills, spending trillions of dollars in an attempt to offset […]
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Tapering is Not a Fashion Statement | August 28, 2021

Tapering is Not a Fashion Statement There’s been a lot of talk about tapering lately and we’re not talking about the slim fit that is the style for men these days, we’re talking about the Fed’s balance sheet. Here’s what you need to know. For most of the period from late 2008 to today, the […]
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