Posts Tagged ‘market volatility’

U.S. stocks still appear expensive

The volatile markets of early February barely eased stretched U.S. equity valuations. Global diversification is likely to help investors stay the course.

February 15, 2018 Categories: Portfolio Corner
Stock market trading screen, signifying volatility

Markets are volatile—now what? Guidance from a practice management expert

Consider these practice management tips for making the legacy of market volatility be deeper relationships and valuable referrals.

Feb 9, 2018 Categories: The Art of Advising

2017, The Answer to Why You Stay Invested

2017 proved to be a strong year for many investors, especially those with a diversified, global focus. Following is a quarter-by-quarter recap.

Jan 4, 2018 Categories: Portfolio Corner

U.S. stocks: Where to from here?

Many investors have grown accustomed to low volatility and climbing U.S. stocks. But what might be ahead for U.S. equities?

Nov 7, 2017 Categories: Portfolio Corner
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Beware of betting big on U.S. stocks

History suggests that today’s stretched U.S. stock valuations are likely to be followed by a period of low returns. “Buy low, sell high” seems like a particularly good response.

Jun 27, 2017 Categories: Portfolio Corner
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U.S. outlook: reconciling strong surveys and a mediocre economic reality

U.S. consumers and businesses report high levels of confidence. But they’re not spending their money where their mouth is. What might this disconnect spell for the U.S. economic and market outlook?

May 18, 2017 Categories: Economic Insights

The tale of two rallies since the U.S. election

After getting battered by the outcome of the U.S. election in November 2016, non-U.S. and emerging markets equities have rebounded, leaving U.S. stocks behind in the dust.

May 11, 2017 Categories: Economic Insights
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