Read on for a look into what 2019 brought to the equity market and where the market is headed as we go further into 2020. Also, where are we in the current economic cycle and what does that means for investment risk?
Author: David Martin
This year’s first quarter is promising, with investments bouncing back from 2018’s gloomy end, and the good news that there’s no interest rate hike in sight from the Fed.
Read on for a look back at last year’s market, and a glimpse into 2019. Is the market headed for collapse?
A look at this year’s third quarter with the longest bull run in its history, and what it means headed into Q4.
A closer look at the year’s second quarter and commentary on what it all means, at home and abroad.
A look at the first quarter of the year and how the second quarter will start. Hint: The market is turning.
A new year brings new beginnings, a new outlook, and new predictions for what lies ahead. The good news is that the market appears steady for 2018.
Read on for a look at global markets from the third quarter, and into the fourth. The good news is that in the U.S., consumer confidence remains buoyant and markets continue to focus on the improving economic fundamentals.
With equity markets tracking upward, the labor market doing well and high consumer confidence, signs of a pending recession are waning.
As the first quarter of 2017 concluded, our Chief Investment Officer, Dave Martin, took some time to reflect on the market through the first three months of the year and what the next three quarters may hold.