By Nancy Tengler
Special to USA TODAY
After saying for months that inflation was “transitory,” Federal Reserve Chairman, Jay Powell declared in late September that he was frustrated by prices that remain stubbornly high.
He may well be frustrated, but I venture those rising costs are much more exasperating for working families who can’t measure inflation “ex food and energy” as the economists do and who are living with the ravaging effects of higher prices day in and day out.Read More
Wall Street reputations have been made and lost calling market tops and bottoms.
Often, a strategist will get one side of the call right – time to get out, let’s say – then miss entirely the signal to get back in. Behavioral finance experts provide many reasons investors behave the way they do at market tops and bottoms.Read More
If you are waiting to hear about more price increases from your favorite companies, don’t hold your breath. Instead, their CEOs are spewing jargon like: “We are engaging in holistic margin management” and “net price realization.”
I kid you not.Read More
There is a distinct advantage to being, shall we say, a mature investor.
Observing and participating in markets over many decades provides an opportunity to identify anomalies and patterns, to gain valuable perspective at potential turning points and to avoid panic when markets roil.Read More
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