Year: 2018

Does China Control the U.S. Debt Market?

It is a popular belief that China has influence over U.S. policy and the U.S. economy as purportedly the largest investor in the U.S. Treasury bond market. Bill debunks this myth on multiple levels with the hope that you will better understand the bigger picture of the true situation.

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Update on Global Stock Forecast

In recent years, Bill has been bullish on foreign stocks over U.S. stocks. But with U.S. stocks beating international stocks on a year-to-date basis, does Bill’s forecast change?

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The Economy in 10 Charts

Recently, Bill has been outspoken in defending the strength of the overall economy. This month, Bill breaks down his analysis of the economy through 10 charts from the Federal Reserve.

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Is the Unemployment Rate Falsely Understated?

The unemployment rate is particularly low right now. A typical objection to the unemployment rate is that it is understated. This month, Bill dives in to the details of the calculation of the unemployment rate to determine if it is accurate and reliable.

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What’s in Store for Real Estate and REITs?

Interest rates are on their way up. This month, Bill explains what this means for Real Estate as an investment going forward.

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What’s going on with the market?!?

Early February has erased the gains in the market that we saw in January. This month, Bill attempts to ease your concern by offering perspective on the markets, reminding you of the role of the news, and providing you an explanation for recent volatility.

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Can high markets go higher?

2017 was a great year for growth asset classes. This month, Bill discusses how long this may continue and addresses a common misconception regarding valuations’ impact on short-term market growth.

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