In this article, we take another look at the yield curve against the backdrop of a robust economy.
Ordinarily, stocks, bonds and gold typically do not experience simultaneous growth. But these are not normal times.
April brings showers, baseball, and historically, the best month of the year for the S&P 500 Index (for the last 20 years).
Our stock market has been experiencing a tremendous run since the bottom of the 2008/2009 recession. In fact, the current economic expansion will celebrate a full decade this June and could surpass the longest expansion in history that took place between 1991 through 2001. What might be ahead?
Did you see the headlines over the past few months? How should you respond? Richard shares his thoughts.
It’s understandable how such a dramatic decline can deliver a blow to investor confidence and lead to reactions driven by fear and an instinct to protect ourselves from further losses.
In spite of market volatility, we believe the fundamental backdrop supporting economic growth remains sound
Can past election cycles provide a clue as to how the stock market might react to the mid-term elections? We analyze.
Friday’s 530 point drop in the Dow barely takes us into the technical definition of a stock market correction since reaching its all-time high in May. Richard Sturm’s open letter to clients and friends outlines his observations.