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The end of QE means the beginning of deflation

Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and Beaconcrest Capital Management CIO Kevin Divney discuss how to invest in a deflationary environment.

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  1. Is now the time to refinance your mortgage?

    MBS Highway CEO Barry Habib on why it is a good time for homeowners to refinance.

  2. GITS Partners puts $1B to work in U.S. real estate

    GTIS Partners President Tom Shapiro discusses why his company is making a big bet on U.S. and Brazilian real estate.

  3. With eased credit restrictions only 3% down payment needed?

    Bankrate.com senior financial analyst Greg McBride and University of Pennsylvania Professor of Real Estate Susan Wachter on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s deal to ease credit restrictions on borrowers.

  4. Nobel Prize winner in volatility: Most worried about Euro slowdown

    NYU Stern School of Business professor and Nobel Prize winner Robert Engle says Europe’s economic slowdown, a weak housing markets and political woes top his worry lost.

  5. Sluggish growth equals a more dovish Fed?

    Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough says a slower-growth economy will scare the Fed into becoming more dovish.

  6. Peter Schiff: If Fed stops QE there’s a recession, we need that recession

    Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff on the impact of Federal Reserve policy on the market and economy.

  7. Fed Chair Janet Yellen getting political?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino weighs in on Janet Yellen, the Fed and income inequality.

  8. Markets open higher after roller-coaster week

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino explains how Ebola fears can impact the markets.

  9. Investors ride the stock market rally

    Wall Street Journal’s Simon Constable discusses the rally underway on Wall Street.

  10. Is institutional selling creating volatility?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Zor Capital Managing Director Joe Fahmy discuss how institutional selling negatively impacts the markets.

  11. Will real estate become a safe haven?

    Avison Young VP Jason Meister and FBN’s Charles Payne discusses interest rates, mortgages, and the real estate industry.

  12. Fed’s Fisher: Yellen, Draghi agree no need for immediate QE

    Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher tells FBN’s David Asman that he and Janet Yellen agree that fiscal reform is needed more than monetary reform.

  1. The end of QE good for the markets?

    Empyrion Wealth Management President Kimberly Foss, YieldShares CEO Christian Magoon and AverageJoeOptions.com founder Todd Horwitz on the outlook for stocks.

  2. Should video game stocks be in your portfolio ahead of holiday season?

    The Wall Street Journal Special writer Greg Zuckerman, Greywolf Partners’ Mark Newton and FBN’s Cheryl Casone on the outlook for oil prices and the big business of video games and the decline in mortgage applications.

  3. The Fed decides 0% rates here to stay

    FBN’s Peter Barnes, Former Dallas Fed Vice President and Chief Economist Michael Cox, BMO Private Bank Chief Investment Officer Jack Ablin, First Trust Chief Economist Brian Wesbury and Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. discuss the market reaction to the FOMC decision to end QE and keep interest rates near-zero.

  4. 2008 crisis scared off average investor?

    FOX Business contributor Anthony Scaramucci and Cumberland Advisors CIO David Kotok discuss how the average investor can get into the markets today.

  5. Lower-longer interest rates?

    FOX Business contributor Anthony Scaramucci and Cumberland Advisors CIO David Kotok discuss their outlook for the Fed, interest rates and the markets.

  6. Strict mortgage lending rules being questioned

    FBN’s Rich Edson on U.S. mortgage lending rules.

  7. Midterms: Republicans gaining women voters, Democrats losing edge with them?

    FBN’s Deirdre Bolton, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the shifts in how women vote and the government’s effort to boost the housing recovery.

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