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In Brief

The Surge of Spring

With winter extending its gloom well past the vernal equinox, I’ve been hoping the real return of spring would help reset the market’s temperament.

Rate Ambitions Meet Reality

Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell has the power to move markets. But then again, so does President Trump.

History Rhymes

The market is in the process of revaluing utilities in light of rising rates. The sector is forming a new base from which it will head higher again.

The Secret Yield Booster

I’ve been using a special trading strategy to wring every last bit of income from a stock. And I'll show you how I do it during a live webinar on Wed., Feb. 21, at 1 p.m.

Fed Ahead

When it comes to dividend stocks, the Federal Reserve is the 800-pound gorilla.

The Fed Stays in the Picture

When you invest in rate-sensitive securities, the central bank has a major role in your portfolio’s performance.

Too Little Is Too Much

Anyone who lived through the rampant inflation of the 1970s is likely puzzled by our central bank’s deep concern about disinflation.

Fight or Flight?

Utility stocks have had an incredible run, so a correction would probably be healthy.

Another Leg Up?

In recent weeks, a number of influential analysts and asset managers have been sounding the alarm about the underlying health of the eight-year-old bull market.

First Too Hot, Now Too Cool

Over the long term, utility stocks’ performances will be driven by dividend growth and share-price appreciation.

But in the near term, our returns are more closely tied to the performance of the government bond market, particularly benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury notes.

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