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Market Commentary | May 18
For the time being, attention has turned from the Fed, and all eyes are on the President and Congress, as the game of chicken regarding the debt ceiling takes us perilously close to the unthinkable. And with the headline inflation print coming in at 4.9%, below March’s 5.0% number and slightly below expectations, it does […]
5 Strategies to Effectively Serve Women Investors
Stay in tune with the shift in wealth control as women become key decision-makers in managing substantial amounts of wealth. Discover how to effectively serve women investors by overcoming gender stereotypes and biases. Learn practical steps such as testing for unconscious biases, building an inclusive practice, hosting women-centric events, developing women-focused content, and building relationships with every member of a family.
May 2023 Capital Markets Perspective
What happened in the markets in April? April was a solid month for most asset classes, apart from small cap stocks, which have been disproportionately affected by the regional banking crisis. But the stock and bond markets are increasingly pointing to disparate outcomes.
Six ways advisors can turn fee objections into opportunities
Many consumers are price-conscious. Recent market volatility has only heightened investors’ concerns about getting value for every dollar they pay for financial advice. Even if you already have a well-developed approach for discussing the amounts charged by your practice, there are benefits to constantly refining your strategies and ensuring that every member of your team […]
Market Commentary | April 18
The US economy has been resilient, with Q1 GDP growth estimates heading higher and inflation expected to increase. However, there are cracks showing, including a cooling job market and manufacturing weakness. Despite this, investments in R&D and high-tech manufacturing jobs are being made in the US. In Asia, China’s population is on course to fall by almost half by the end of the century. In the markets, commodities have rebounded and banks have impressed during earnings season.
The Download: 1Q 2023
Will inflation and interest rates can stay higher for longer and how will it impact the economy? Read the 1Q 2023 Download to find out.
First Quarter 2023: Capital Markets Perspective
The banking sector experienced turmoil, injecting additional complexity into an already difficult situation for the Fed. The quarter was dominated by growth stocks, particularly Big Tech, with the top six names accounting for 76% of the S&P 500®’s performance. Duration was back in favor for bonds, with long-term Treasuries posting a 6.2% return for the quarter, and all major bond market sectors ending higher. Commodities were down 5.4% as a group.
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