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Q3-23 - Interest Rates and Artificial Intelligence: Two Competing Themes Driving Capital Markets
Learn more about the two competing themes driving capital markets in Q3 2023, interest rates & artificial intelligence.
Q2-23 - Just Like the 4th of July Stocks Closed Out the 1st Half of the Year with Fireworks
As we head into the second half of the year, the looming question is whether the U.S. economy and the stock market can continue to outrun the bearish sentiment and daily deluge of economic indicators that suggest a slow down not only is likely, but imminent.
Q1-23 - No Peaks, No Valleys: Sage Advice From My Father
Yields on short-term instruments are the highest they have been since 2005-2007, when you regularly saw your checking account yielding around 5%.
Q4-22 – The New Normal Came in a Year Where There Was Nowhere to Hide
Fixed income, the traditional ballast of the portfolio, went from shock absorber to shock contributor. Over a decade of low-interest rates and low inflation left traditional fixed income vulnerable to a rise in interest rates.