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Yesterday was a momentous day. The Japanese Nikkei finally broached its previous peak achieved in December 1989. For those who do not recall, during the late 1980s Japan was ...

All Democratic candidates are making similar promises. Government picks the winners and losers, pulling support away from entrepreneurship. All support massive social, environmental and deficit spending, negative interest rates, quantitative easing and massive tax increases. ...

Wow! Yesterday was a volatile day. Commenting first upon the sovereign debt market, global sovereign debt markets were roiled by Japan’s announcement that it may stop purchasing its debt because of negative yields and begin purchasing “other debt.”...

Typically bond investors and economists have little difference of opinion. Today the gap is huge. According to economists surveyed by the WSJ, the Fed Funds rate should climb to 2% in a two year period. Ten year treasury investors with a yield at 2.04% do...

Is the economy accelerating, the inverse of popular narrative?  August’s ISM non-manufacturing index rose to the second highest level since 2005.  The backlog jumped to the greatest point since 2007 and the new order index is now at a 10 year high.  This...