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How to Profit from Higher Interest Rates

The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates again. The New York Times writes that the question is not why raise rates but why not.
The unemployment rate, one of the gauges the Fed watches most closely, fell to 4.7 percent in February, a healthy level by historical standards. Inflation, the other gauge, finally appears to be reviving. Prices rose 1.9 percent over the 12 months ending in January, close to the Fed’s 2 percent annual target.
The Fed continues to hold its benchmark interest rate at a level intended to stimulate economic growth by encouraging borrowing and taking risks. It […]


What Will Happen to Stocks When Interest Rates Go Up?

In the early 2000’s interest rates were low and everyone bought more home than they could afford. When rates when up all of those balloons on mortgages came due with higher rates and the housing market collapsed. Today we are seeing a stock bubble based on low interest rates. What will happen to stocks when interest rates go up? Forbes interviewed the richest man in the world, Bill Gates. The co-founder of Microsoft says stocks are expensive but what bothers him is that interest rates are so low.
On Tuesday, Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates, said “stocks are expensive” on CNBC. The […]


Will Higher Interest Rates Drive Stock Prices Down?

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The US Federal Reserve intends to raise interest rates although the timing of such a move is uncertain. For investors a question that comes to mind is, will higher interest rates drive […]


Fed Stimulus Program Continues

On news that the Fed stimulus program continues unchanged the bond market rallied. Yields fell and bond prices rose. Buyers outnumbered sellers as the bond market experienced its biggest one day jump in nearly two years. The Fed stimulus program continues unabated when virtually no one thought that it would. The central bank published minutes […]


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