Weatherstone Capital Management April 2020 Capital Markets Outlook

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The Feds Dilemma

The Feds Dilemma

Last year, U.S. taxpayers paid $360 billion of interest on over $16 trillion in debt, which was the lowest interest expense in seven years. The Fed paid the Treasury $89 billion last year alone which helped keep the interest expense at such...

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Signs of Trouble for Municipal Bonds?

Signs of Trouble for Municipal Bonds?

Recent events taking place in Puerto Rico may indicate that municipal debt problems are beginning to move beyond the local level. The S&P Municipal Bond Puerto Rico Index has experienced a year-to-date decline of over 15%. If puerto Ric...

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Perspective

Perspective

The current stock market advance is looking to be in the later stages based upon past market history going back into the 1920s. Above-average valuations are a negative for upside potential in the stock market at this point. Currently, the m...

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Floating Rate Bank Loans

Floating Rate Bank Loans

Floating rate bank loans have proven to be an attractive investment during the recent rise in long-term rates Floating rate bank loans can work as both an interest rate and inflation hedge When the Fed begins to raise short-term rates and t...

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Will a Housing Bubble Burst the Chinese Dream?

Will a Housing Bubble Burst the Chinese Dream?

The latest Chinese property curbs released on March 1st, 2013 are considered to be the strongest of so far. From 1997 to 2012, urban average housing price per square meter increased 193% while disposable income per capita increased 376%. Ch...

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