All Market Views by Donald T. Ellenberger

Market Memo: An overdue correction, nothing worse 
Aug. 27, 2015 :: Donald T Ellenberger
Bonds had their correction two summers ago; now it was equities' turn. But that's all it is.
FedWatch: Almost there 
Jun. 17, 2015 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
The Fed did not raise rates today, but its FOMC statement suggests it will soon.
FedWatch: Trail of 'dots' should lead the way 
Jun. 11, 2015 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
With June lift-off very unlikely, Fed's "dot" chart will help the market discern the pace of anticipated future hikes.
FedWatch: Removing 'patient' doesn't mean impatient 
Mar. 18, 2015 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
The Federal Reserve policy statement is more dovish than expected.
FedWatch: Fed to get dependent on data, not time 
Mar. 13, 2015 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
We believe the 'patient' language will be removed in the FOMC's upcoming policy statement.
FedWatch: Forget 'time.' Look at the dots! 
Dec. 17, 2014 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
Shift in policy language overshadowed by cut in next year's already low funds-rate forecast
FedWatch: Time's up for 'time?' 
Dec. 12, 2014 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
Fed policymakers may move language toward preparing markets for eventually tightening
Video: Finding Value in the Bond Market 
Nov. 12, 2014 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
Senior Portfolio Manager Don Ellenberger discusses favored bond sectors.
Q&A: Preparing for higher rates while protecting against geopolitical risks 
Oct. 13, 2014 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
How can bond investors attempt to balance risk and reward?
FedWatch: There's still 'time' 
Sept. 17, 2014 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
Fed hews to summer 2015 consensus on the first rate increase
FedWatch: Will 'considerable time' get axed? 
Sept. 11, 2014 :: Donald T. Ellenberger
These two words are all that will really matter when policymakers meet.