Interest Rates

Bonds are boring. They are the beige minivan of the investment world. Yet, bond yields (which move inversely to prices) are hugely important. They determine lots of things: from how much companies and governments pay to borrow money -- to the rate you get on your mortgage. To help you navigate the complex world of interest rates, here are some free resources.

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EWI's Hochberg: "The Trend is Set" -- And What You Should Pay Attention to Next

Steve Hochberg and Pete Kendall discuss what the Brexit vote represents -- and its implications for the world markets and economies.

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Every Financial Crash Has Had This Setup

Every financial crash has been preceded by the same setup: an unsustainable build-up of credit. Rising rates will mean corporations will have a difficult time servicing their debt. An inevitable day of reckoning will follow. This chart serves as a warning.

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Do Interest Rates follow the Federal Reserve, Or, Do Interest Rates Lead & the Fed follows?

What comes first? See the evidence on these three charts for yourself in Episode 4 of the Elliott Wave Pillars Series.

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"Interest Rates Drive Stocks"? See 4 Charts That Tell You the Truth

On Sept. 16-17, the Federal Reserve meets to decide whether or not to raise interest rates. It's been described as "the most important Fed meeting of the decade" -- and a pivotal moment for stocks. Yet, these four charts show you why it may not be.

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Every Financial Crash Has Had This Setup

Every financial crash has been preceded by the same setup: an unsustainable build-up of credit. Rising rates will mean corporations will have a difficult time servicing their debt. An inevitable day of reckoning will follow. This chart serves as a warning.

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Bonds and Sentiment Extremes: What's Next for Interest Rates (Part two)

Peter DeSario, the editor of ourInterest Rates Pro Service, offers you more of his latest commentary on why recent bullish extremes in bonds are a potential red flag -- and something everyone needs to be aware of.

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Bonds and Sentiment Extremes: What’s Next for Interest Rates (Part one)

Peter DeSario, the editor of our Interest Rates Pro Service, offers his latest outlook for bonds and reveals if he thinks the bull market will continue.

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