- SEARCHING FOR DIVIDEND IDEAS
- CAN WE BELIEVE IN FUND MANAGEMENT CHANGES?
- AN IMPROVED VIEW ON CONSUMER STAPLES
After climbing higher in the second half of 2013, interest rates reversed course in the first half of 2014. Now the yield for the 10-year Treasury bond is under 2.5%. Where does it go from here and how should investors position their portfolios remains a hot topic for discussion.
In testimony to Congress last week, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said the Fed funds rates will remain near zero in an effort to continue to stimulate the economy. "Even with the recent declines, the unemployment rate...