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Invest like a Vulcan

Chief economist’s log, stardate 62014.1

Okay, everybody, don your pointy ears. We’re going to boldly go where (I’m guessing) no investment company has gone before. We’re going to talk about how wise long-term investing is like Vulcan investing.

I’ve always … Read more

The “real-feel” unemployment rate

The current employment rate really doesn’t truly represent the amount of slack in the economy, Chief Economist Joe Davis says.

Pension troubles highlight challenges

 

The City of Detroit’s recent bankruptcy filing has raised questions about whether the city’s pension fund will be able to make good on its promises to workers. Detroit’s downfall has cast light on other public pension systems facing troubles, including … Read more

The Fed’s “great escape”

In the great inspirational movie The Shawshank Redemption, Tim Robbins plays Andy Dufresne, a man facing seemingly impossible odds: Wrongly imprisoned for life, former banker Andy has only the books in the paltry prison library, his love of carving … Read more

What do you see as the next market bubble?

Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis explains how to spot a market bubble.

Do you think the U.S. economy will ever return to normal?

Vanguard Chief Economist, Joe Davis looks at economic growth trends and what they might mean for the future.

Musings of a cockeyed optimist

I can’t sing a lick, but a tune from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific came to mind as I was thinking about the pervasive pessimism in so much economic and market commentary.… Read more

The “zoom theory” and market gyrations

As we sat around after a recent family cookout, talk turned to the stock market’s recent gyrations.

The older folks (I am, of course, in that camp) were grumbling about the spring slump in stocks. After listening to his middle-aged … Read more

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