Global Negative Yielding Debt Surges To $9.7 Trillion Despite ECB's QE Taper

With the Fed now raising rates on expectations of higher inflation and promises from the ECB to cut their QE targets in half for 2018 to a measely €30 billion a month "from January 2018 until the end of September 2018," you might expect global yields to be slowly normalizing as well...but you would be wrong. 

Gold Will Soar... As China Kneecaps The Dollar

"The economic law that honest exchange demands only things of real value as currency cannot be repealed. The chaos that one day will ensue from our 35-year experiment with worldwide fiat money will require a return to money of real value. We will know that day is approaching when oil-producing countries demand gold, or its equivalent, for their oil rather than dollars..."

Gundlach Reveals His Favorite Trade For 2018

"Investors should add commodities to their portfolios. There is a really remarkable relationship between a market cap or the total return of the s&p 500 and the total return something like the Goldman Sachs commodities index... the repetition is almost eerie"

The Best Tax Incentive In The World

"...some of the best tax strategies in the world won’t change in the slightest... Bear in mind, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with taking legal steps to reduce the amount of tax that you owe. On the contrary, it’s just good sense."

Will Your Taxes Go Up? Find Out With These 8 Scenarios

Bloomberg, along with a little help from Baird Private Wealth Management, has put together a series of 8 tables which help to quantify exactly how you may be impacted by tax reform whether you're a "millionaire, billionaire, private jet owner" living in Manhattan or an "average Joe" making $40k a year and renting an apartment in Milwaukee.

What Causes Asset Bubbles?

When we see a dramatic rise in asset prices, there is often an internal struggle between the two types of investors within us...The first is the value investor, “is this investment getting too expensive?”...The second is the momentum investor, “am I missing out on a trend?”

'Risk' May Be Low But Uncertainty Over "Unknown Unknowns" Just Hit Record Highs

While the fear-tracking VIX has been languishing near record lows this year, a gauge of so-called ambiguity, meant to chronicle the degree of uncertainty investors have in the probabilities they use to make decisions, has been at all-time highs in recent months, indicating that there’s more fear built into the stock market than common measures of volatility suggest.