What can we learn from a dot plot? Why I’m buying dividend-rich ETFs

In this week’s Globe and Mail: “When the people who make the decision to move rates do not know where they will be, who does?” For the record, here is what the Federal Reserve “dot plot” looks like, in which the members of the FED are represented by the dots – indicating their best guess as to where interest rates will be, and when:fed_dot_plot_2016_2019

Read about the direction of interest rates, and how to buy high-dividend exposure when it’s on sale and risk is lower at The Globe and Mail online.

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