- Intra-Quarterly: Telling Noah About the Flood November 12, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: Stealth Fees September 10, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: It’s All About the Flows September 8, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: Active versus Passive Revisited May 28, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: Reversal of Fortune May 4, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: Is it Hype or Hyperinflation April 28, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: Implications of the California Stalemate April 28, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: Tale of Two Curves March 4, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: Vallejo County – The Saga Continues January 28, 2009
- Intra-Quarterly: Municipal Disclosure Revisited January 28, 2009
- White Paper: RSW Market Duration vs The Index September 26, 2016
- White Paper: Strategies to Capitalize on Shifting Valuations in Tax-Exempt Markets January 15, 2013
- White Paper: “The Slope of Enhancement: ‘Rolling Down the Yield Curve'” February 16, 2012
- White Paper: “Municipals: A Core Asset Class for High-Net-Worth Clients” July 26, 2011
Plunging home prices could be the largest deflationary force that we have seen in decades”.
If you are paying a 35% Federal tax rate, you are supposed to say thank you very much for the recent bout of Municipal bond price weakness, and concentrate your attention on the market’s taxable equivalent yield of 6.63%”.
It is no longer out of place to fear both a financial event where securities and institutions of all kinds are affected and an economic contraction caused by a severely damaged consumer”.