THE WisdomTree BLOG
The past few weeks in “bond land” have been extraordinary. Kevin Flanagan provides his perspective on the latest inverted yield curve hysteria through comparison of the last UST 2s/10s inversion from December 2005–June 2007 to the current episode.
It’s not often that you come across a chart that rivals levels last seen when the stock market bottomed out during the global financial crisis. That chart also marked the beginning of the end for growth stocks for years to come. Jeff Weniger discusses today’s growth stock levels as a potential turning point for value investing.
Interesting times for the euro. Relative to the Canadian dollar, it may be nearing the end of its four-year uptrend. But where is it heading next?
Last week, the Fed cut the federal funds target range by a quarter-point. And while you could say the Fed is back in data-dependent mode, it appears as if U.S. monetary policy is still leaning toward another rate cut this year. Kevin Flanagan discusses.