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3 Reasons It Feels a Little Different This Time
3 Reasons It Feels a Little Different This Time
Introduction While 2022 stock market volatility has been unsettling, many investors are no strangers to this type of uncertainty since it tends to rear its head every few years – only to rebound later. The […]
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August 2022 Economic and Market Update
August 2022 Economic and Market Update
4 Aug 2022
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After what we have seen so far this year, the last week of July was one of the busiest as it relates to releases and reporting on a daily basis. We are in the middle […]
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June 2022 Market Update
June 2022 Market Update
16 Jun 2022
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A bear market is officially here thanks largely to stubbornly high inflation. For many of us, it has probably felt like a bear market for a while now, but the S&P 500 Index didn’t close […]
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Trouble with the (Yield) Curve
Trouble with the (Yield) Curve
28 Apr 2022
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The first quarter of the year presented a bumpy start to 2022. We are in a time where multiple events seem to be occurring all at once. This includes inflationary concerns, Russia’s recent aggressive actions, […]
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2022 1st Quarter Volatility: 5 Charts that Matter
2022 1st Quarter Volatility: 5 Charts that Matter
1 Mar 2022
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Stocks have gotten off to a very rocky start in 2022, with the potential for Federal Reserve rate hikes coming and the geopolitical worries over Russia and Ukraine only adding to the uncertainty. We don’t […]
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Election Preview Part 2: A Potential Trump Re-election
Election Preview Part 2: A Potential Trump Re-election
1 Sep 2020
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Introduction A second term for President Donald Trump would likely feature a continuation of the pro-growth policies from the first term of his administration, and importantly for financial markets, a continuation of the status quo. […]
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Election Preview Part 1: A Potential Biden Presidency
Election Preview Part 1: A Potential Biden Presidency
24 Aug 2020
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Introduction While a potential Biden presidency may mean a shift from some pro-growth policies of the Trump administration, it’s possible any negative market impact may be muted. Economic forces tend to dominate policy.  While policy […]
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Mid-Year Outlook: 2020 Expectations
Mid-Year Outlook: 2020 Expectations
15 Jul 2020
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Midyear Recap We are at the midpoint of 2020, and the last six months might feel like the longest decade of your life!  We have faced health, social, and economic issues that continue to impact […]
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