The arrival and ascent of a self-reliant money represents a rhythmic shift back to the ideals of liberty, individual rights, and civic virtue as America advances into the 21st century.
The FOMC’s meeting minutes paint an optimistic tone, projecting confidence that a shift to “neutral” will be enough to bring down inflation.
Matt Dines is quoted this week in The Bond Buyer, highlighting cases for and against the coming restrictive monetary policy by the Fed.
Matt Dines shares his thoughts on what a potential journey back to “normal” interest rates might imply for bond investors.
For the past four decades, bonds have been on a great run. Investing in bonds today will in most cases yield you a negative real return.