Could 2018 See 3.9% Unemployment for the First Time Since 1960’s? The above link is a data set from the BLS for post World War II unemployment rates, and with the US economy currently sitting at 4.1% unemployment the night before the December ’17 non-farm payroll and unemployment data are … Continued

12.6.14: Weekend Reading That Might Benefit Others This leadoff article details how tough a year it has been for active equity managers. Although I haven’t seen a fixed-income equivalent, I wonder how taxable bond managers are doing this year. With recurring liquidity issues and disparate volatility, you … Continued