Posts Tagged ‘Federal Reserve’

Easy Money, Voracious Uncle Sam

June 9, 2016

Chidem Kurdas


Like President Truman, some market observers may have wished for a one-handed economist as they listened to Janet Yellen. (more…)


Delusions and the State

January 6, 2016

Chidem Kurdas

As the giant regulatory octopus reaches into every nook and cranny (more…)

BlackRock Sees Rising Rate Advantage

July 15, 2015

Chidem Kurdas

Chattering about the effects of the expected (more…)

Fed Spikes the Punch Again

February 4, 2015

Last week the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee (more…)

Bubble and Bust History

January 8, 2015

“In late 1996 market skeptics felt validated. (Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan) (more…)

Investor Dilemma: How to Fed Proof

October 8, 2014

Chidem Kurdas

When the Federal Reserve will reverse its low-interest stance remains unclear. (more…)

Trend Followers on the Mend?

December 17, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

Traders who follow long-term trends made (more…)

Market Bull vs. Federal Reserve Bubble

October 31, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

Two opposed views crystallized (more…)

Waiting for Taper, Junk Beats Quality

October 2, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

What should one invest in while the Federal Reserve ponders (more…)

Muni Bond Exodus Continues

August 22, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

Money keeps flowing out of municipal debt, which has been hit by a double whammy. (more…)