Monthly Fixed Income Report – May 2018

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Jun, 13, 2018

Despite a challenging start to the year and recent turmoil in some European bond markets, U.S. fixed income markets perked up in May with five of the seven primary fixed…

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Our Two Cents on the Dollar

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Jun, 6, 2018

“There are benefits of where the dollar is and there are costs of where the dollar is,” Mnuchin said during a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos,…

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The Headwind Facing Housing

Written by Michael Lebowitz | May, 30, 2018

There are a large number of public and private services that measure the change in home prices. The algorithms behind these services, while complex, are primarily based on recent sale…

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Stoking the Embers of Inflation

Written by Michael Lebowitz and Brett Freeze | May, 10, 2018

This article was co-authored by J. Brett Freeze of Global Technical Analysis and Michael Lebowitz Monetary Velocity, an oft-misunderstood metric that quantifies the pace at which money is spent, has…

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Viewing Employment Without Rose-Colored Glasses

Written by Michael Lebowitz | May, 2, 2018

“Fed Officials Worry Economy Is Too Good. Workers Still Feel Left Behind” – New York Times 4/27/2018 This coming Friday the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) will release the monthly…

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