- The global bond market has yet to find its footing in the wake of the historic and surprising election of Donald Trump. Adjusting to higher inflation and more government debt.
- Exchange-traded funds were the vehicle of choice for most investors putting dry powder to work during the post-election stock market rally last week. The biggest inflows into ETFs since 2014.
- We're getting a new president, so investors should be paying attention to these industries. What the market wants and needs.
- United Airlines is further bisecting the traveling classes by nixing carry-on bags for some 'Basic Economy' travelers. Stop this please, before it becomes a trend. One step above cattle cars.
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