Fed ETF Overview

The Federal Reserve of the United States is a U.S. government agency in charge of regulating the money supply and banking institutions of the United States. The Fed actions and decisions are of great importance for the economy. The Fed mandate is to achieve maximum employment, stable prices and to moderate long-term interest rates.

Features and News

Rising Risk Of Stagflation

Is anywhere safe from the threat of high inflation and recession?

Podcasts

A Bigger Rate Hike Than Expected

The Fed hiked rates by 75 basis points rather than the 50 it had telegraphed.

Features and News

ETFs On Track For Worst Year In Decades

2022 could turn into the worst-performing year for stocks since 2008, and the worst year for bonds on record.

Features and News

Experts Warn Of Recession, But Maintain Hope

Industry icons calling for a pullback include JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and NYU Economics Professor Nouriel Roubini.

Bitcoin & Crypto

Bitcoin Slide Hits Entire Crypto Ecosystem

The largest cryptocurrency in the world is now trading under $24,000.

Features and News

ETF Liquidity Providers Unfazed By Fed Report

The Fed is concerned about market liquidity tightening. Liquidity providers? Not so much.

Features and News

Do ETFs Offer Hiding Places During A Recession?

Certain factors could offer favorable defensive characteristics.

Features and News

Investors Dump Stock ETFs Ahead Of CPI Data

The S&P 500 is down 16% from its highs, not far from the bear market threshold.

Podcasts

Podcast: Fed Lacing Its Hiking Boots

A look at the Fed's plans to raise rates quickly, and recapping the week's best stories.