What the Fed’s Failure to Raise Rates Means for the Markets

Go Banking Rates - Since the Federal Reserve began using a variety of monetary tools to stabilize the financial system soon after the start of the historic 2007 recession, it has implemented programs to restart economic growth and keep interest rates low.

According to Harold Evensky, chairman of Evensky & Katz and professor of practice — personal financial planning at Texas Tech University, a simple low-return environment (a historically low bond market, combined with a highly valued equity market) will have a dramatic impact on investors.

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