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President at Money Strong, LLC; Former Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
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Called "The Dallas Fed's Resident Soothsayer" by D Magazine, Danielle DiMartino Booth is sought after for her depth of knowledge on the economy and financial markets. She is a well-known speaker who can tailor her message to a myriad of audiences, once spending a week crossing the ... more


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The Corporate Bond Market: Binge-Borrowing
In the first three trading days of the year alone, investors bought $56 billion of new corporate bonds.
EC The Labor Market: The End Of The Innocence?
No one wants to see the end of any prosperous era, even one that’s left so many behind. But die off every era eventually does, some quicker than others.
The Art Of Trade Warfare
Does this psychological threshold suggest that China is on a pre-ordained path to freely floating the yuan? That’s certainly where Wall Street’s sell-side sides, especially if Trump swiftly moves to impose trade sanctions.
EC Will Investors Get Hustled By The Pros In 2017?
Smaller investors might want to wise up to the fact that they’re being hustled by the equivalent of professional gamblers.
EC The Priceless Parable Of Price Discovery
Picture the backdrop 85 years ago: Shanty towns that would come to be called ‘Hoovervilles’ had sprung up across the nation as the Clutch Plague took hold.
EC The Federal Reserve And The Destruction Of The American Dream
The ravages of the Fed’s low interest rate policy have forced an increasing number of Americans to save more to offset what they are not earning on their savings.
Commercial Real Estate: From Towers Of Gold To Pillars Of Salt
Mix together mortar and lime with pressed hay and you too can construct a Tower of Gold, or at least the illusion of one.
The Labor Market Working Nine To Five
The ADP report topped predictions while announced layoffs validated uber-low jobless claims, coming in at their lowest pace of the year.
EC The French Connection
The hollowing out of the middle class is anything but contained to one country or even a handful of them; it too is a global phenomenon.
Federal Reserve Meeting Minutes: Stronger Than Oak
The occasion of the release of most Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) Meeting Minutes would seem to be a great opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes take on all those around the table machinations.
EC Inflation 101: Prep School For Preppers
What if, after 35 long years, the inflation genie really has been let out of its bottle?
Exiting The Winter Of Our Discontent
There can be no doubt that the electorate here in our country was equally compelled to end its own Winter. It came down to the known devil we knew vs. the devil about whom we knew far too much or precious little.
EC The Fed To Pensions: Suspend Disbelief Indefinitely
Can the Fed directly affect accounting rules? Of course not. But policymakers could long ago have recognized the futility of low-interest rates in spurring growth and worse, the moral hazard induced thereof.
EC Global Trade: Fading To Black
Late last month the WTO dramatically decreased its forecast for the growth in the trades of goods in 2016 to 1.7% from 2.8%.
EC Global Debt Investors: The Silence Of The Lambs
Debt maturities continue to increase at a rapid rate and are expected to rise to historic peaks within the next couple of years.
The Beer Goggles Stock Market
Goldman Sachs figures that companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index directed nearly a third of their cash to buybacks last year.
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