Forecast 2016: International Markets

Forecasts 2016: International Markets In his 2016 Forecasts Event (held January 26th, 2016), Jonathan K. DeYoe discussed the international markets and economies of Europe and Emerging Markets over 2015. Investing in international markets is a cornerstone of...
Why Would An Investor Accept A Negative Interest Rate?

Why Would An Investor Accept A Negative Interest Rate?

Why Would An Investor Accept A Negative Interest Rate? You learned about negative numbers in school. Now, you get to learn about negative interest rates. Currently, the European Central Bank (ECB) pays -0.2 percent on money banks have deposited. By way of comparison,...
Looking Forward to 2015

Looking Forward to 2015

What Does The Future Hold – Looking Forward to 2015 The good news is most analysts expect economic growth in the United States to continue. The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, The Federal Reserve, and the International Monetary Fund all have forecast gross...
Weekly Perspective – August 18, 2014

Weekly Perspective – August 18, 2014

The Markets If you have young children or grandchildren, you may have read “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” by Judith Viorst. Well, that’s what last week was like on the European continent from an economic perspective. Hopes of economic...

Weekly Perspective, May 21, 2012

There wasn’t much to ‘Like’ in the financial markets last week as stocks took a hit on another round of global worries. High on the list of concerns were Europe, China, JPMorgan & Facebook.