CHICAGO (Reuters) – One of the most difficult terms to understand in long-term investing nowadays is “new normal.”
CHICAGO, Sept 17 (Reuters) – Five years ago I was watching
the world financial system implode after the failure of Lehman
Brothers in real time. Since I’m largely a buy-and-hold
investor, I grimaced while my retirement savings took a
pummeling in 2008-2009.
CHICAGO, Sept 3 (Reuters) – As bonds that can be converted
into stocks, convertibles are securities that long-term
investors can learn to love.
CHICAGO (Reuters) – For years, the conventional wisdom has been that rising interest rates are no friend of the stock market. A combination of higher costs of borrowing and potential inflation can be a one-two punch for companies and consumers.
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Despite the Detroit bankruptcy and record sell-off of municipal bonds this year, most top-quality “munis” are safe to hold.