rising home prices, lower gas prices, and strong stock-market returns. Morningstar's director of economic analysis, Robert Johnson , forecasts gross domestic product growth of 2.00%-2.25% in 2014, with 200,000 new jobs per month and inflation
Given current fiscal tightness and low inflation rates, tapering monetary stimulus too severely is riskier than continuing the program, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .
By Bob Johnson : A Core and Satellite Strategy In a recent article with the title, " Blue Chip Stocks Yielding Over 4% Today ," I discussed
By Bob Johnson : There does not appear to be any upside in Thompson Creek Metals. ( TC ) I enjoy writing about mining, but I do not like telling
Consumers are buying, but not everything that retailers are selling, writes Morningstar's Bob Johnson .
term hurdles our experts cited were slowing growth in China and an expected tapering of the Fed's bond-buying program. Bob Johnson , Morningstar's director of economic analysis, says China's economy, in particular, has a big impact on other emerging
Morningstar. Joining me is director of economic analysis Bob Johnson to give his take on the proposed budget deal for the economy and for investors. Thanks for joining me, Bob. Bob Johnson : Great to be here today. Stipp: Let's talk about
The underlying employment fundamentals were solid last month, but the Fed's taper timeline is still too hard to call, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .
this holiday season shaping up? Here to offer his insights is Morningstar's Bob Johnson , our director of economic analysis. Thanks for joining me, Bob. Bob Johnson : Great to be here. Stipp: The shopping season, there has been a little
5.9% average we've seen over the last 65 years, and it's looked good enough that our director of economic analysis Bob Johnson says it even has the patina of a story that's almost too good to be true. Health-care spending is so important for two