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The year of the shrinking bond yield
Thanks to a roiled stock market, Treasury notes are yielding less for investors
Our national obsession with the 'tenure' T-note, explained
A listener wrote to ask about our obsession with the so-called "tenture teanote". Well, you asked for it....
How your mortgage is related to the debt ceiling
...not to mention the Federal Reserve and treasury yields.
Bond market couldn't care less about shutdown
As we head towards the debt ceiling deadline, stocks are looking wobbly, and Congress wobblier still. But the debt market looks weirdly zen.
Expectations shift as Fed releases new details
The Federal Reserve has released the minutes from its meeting in mid-December where the Fed's announced a major shift in it's policy.
What should we do with our money
We now want to invest some of our emergency fund that we believe is a little inflated, due to fears of the economy. I've looked around at fee-only advisers, but they all state that you should have at least $100,000 to start investing; otherwise, they don't feel like you are qualified to work with. What should we do with our money? We have about $15,000-20,000 that we want to invest, but we want to do the right thing. Could your staff help with some options? Thank you, Joshua, Riverside, CA