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Barron’s – July Jobs Report: Better Than Expected, Better Than Feared

Author: , Post Date: August 7, 2020
Cumberland Advisors William Bill Witherell Ph.D.

July Jobs Report: Better Than Expected, Better Than Feared Excerpt from Barron’s – August 07, 2020 A portion of William Witherell, Ph.D.’s commentary, Why Investors Are Looking at Taiwan, was incorporated into Barron’s collective piece, “July Jobs Report: Better Than Expected, Better Than Feared“. This commentary was issued recently by money managers, research firms, and […]

Barron’s – The Unemployment Rate Is “Grossly” Understated. Here’s Why

Author: , Post Date: July 1, 2020
Cumberland Advisors John Mousseau

The Unemployment Rate Is “Grossly” Understated. Here’s Why. Excerpt from Barron’s – July 02, 2020 A portion of John Mousseau, CFA’s commentary, The Muni Selloff That Was, was incorporated into Barron’s editorial piece, “The Unemployment Rate Is ‘Grossly’ Understated. Here’s Why.” July 1: The infrastructure bill being considered by Congress contains two pluses for the […]

1Q2019 Review: Taxable Fixed Income

Author: , Post Date: March 26, 2019
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary

Short to intermediate Treasury yields declined throughout the first quarter as of March 19th, as the 30-year Treasury was flat at roughly 3.00%. The Treasury yield curve remains slightly inverted out to 5-years. This has benefited the Agency multi-step securities that we hold in portfolios, as we have witnessed an increase in calls as coupon […]