I suppose my question was, what are the various mechanisms by which rising bond interest rates could push stocks higher or lower?
I suppose it could be a topic for a separate thread.
tadamsmar wrote:"Random walks don't provide a reblancing bonus."
Tom_T wrote:"It's interesting that the people fearful of bonds don't talk about what might happen to equity prices if interest rates soar. They are only thinking about bonds."
mhc wrote:"The good thing about the foreign tax credit is that it prevents double taxation."
umfundi wrote:"Exactly. Why does anyone think that spending in retirement is a "fire and forget" thing?"
abuss368 wrote:"What happened to the emerging markets bond fund that was to be originally offered with this one?"
crowd79 wrote:"No worries, you're doing far better compared to the sad truth of the majority in this country:
Feel better? "
leo383 wrote:"30 years from now, there will be investors looking at us and asking why we didn't see the obvious."
555 wrote:I've E-filed Fed and State with TaxACT.
desertbandit442 wrote:"For me, it is living on income streams--pension, ss, interest, dividends and the like; without have to touch principal of my "nest egg." "
dewey wrote:"Some unexpected help is on the way in reducing our junk mail. They're going to deliver it less often."
Clearly_Irrational wrote:"This is why the market tends to be a levy flight instead of a random walk."
Browser wrote: SAMUELSON’S DICTUM AND THE STOCK MARKET