A lot of wise souls think that goal is achievable—despite the heavy weather blocking the way.
Tag: money supply
Not the 1970s, which is most often cited as the historical precedent, says firm CIO Scott Minerd. If so, that’s good news for us.
Sure, the Fed has created more dollars, but that doesn’t mean they’ll lead to a price spiral, argues David Waddell.
Investors’ violent 2013 reaction, as the Fed eyed trimming its bond buying, is unlikely to recur these days, Leuthold’s Paulsen argues.
There are three reasons why, after long dwelling at subterranean levels, the cost of money will eventually poke its head up.