Markets continue to be volatile. What lessons have we learned from previous bear markets that we can apply today?
Market volatility has risen over the past few days, and risks have increased dramatically. We are reducing equity exposure to find shelter from this market storm.
Last week, the market made an important move higher just when it needed to. This sets up for the most important two weeks of the year. Will the move higher continue?
Market volatility has risen dramatically this year. In this episode, we discuss the markets, Fed, levels to watch on the S&P 500, the big four stocks, potential outcomes and portfolio positioning.
An important skill in volatile markets is to acknowledge that you don’t know what will happen. We review the conflicting signals to help understand the current environment.
After reducing rates from 2.5% in 2019 to zero at the onset of the pandemic, the Federal Reserve has hiked rates by 0.25%. What does this mean and what should we be watching?
This may be the most important few weeks since the 2008 financial crisis. We review the sanctions against Russia, look at the S&P 500, and discuss the Fed’s likely path forward.
Tensions around a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine have dramatically increased in the past week. What impacts might it have on the markets?