With all the volatility in stocks and bonds this year, it’s hard to get
a clear bead on where markets might be heading. That uncertainty makes
it hard for investors to not worry about where markets might be heading.
After a long period of resistance, it appears that the European Central
Bank is finally going to follow the U.S. and Japan by starting a
government bond-buying program to try to light a fire under a eurozone
economy that is edging ever closer to deflation.