This month, Jason Weaver discusses the Federal Taper versus raising rates, thematic investing and deflationary forces. In the December 2021, meeting, the Fed. said it would accelerate the pace of its tapering of bond purchases and eyed three rate hikes in 2022. Taper: gradual trimming of the Fed’s purchases of Treasuries and government-guaranteed mortgage-backed securities to wean the economy off extra stimulus.
Index-style (passive) investing has become more popular in the past couple decades. Passive investing is an investment strategy to maximize returns by minimizing buying and selling. Index investing in one common passive investing strategy whereby investors purchase a representative benchmark, such as the S&P 500 index, and hold it over a long time horizon.
This month Jason Weaver discusses the supply chain, savings rate and working age population.
This month Jason Weaver discusses housing and rent prices, how taxes affect the market, and potential policy changes.
This month Jason Weaver discusses peak growth, vaccinations, reopening and international investing.
This month, Jason Weaver discusses the tools of the federal reserve, world interest rates and components of the bond index. There are many tools that the Federal Reserve uses, but four of the most common are: Open Market Operations Buying & Selling Government Securities Discount Rate Interest rate charged by Fed to banks on ST loans
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This month, Jason Weaver discusses sector outlooks, the Federal Reserve dot plot, and the return to normal.
This month, Jason Weaver discusses pre and post pandemic numbers. He covers interest rates, S&P 500 earnings, and unemployment.
This month, Jason Weaver discusses nominal vs. real rates, inflation and the modern monetary theory (MMT).