Key Takeaways Fear of a COVID-19 led recession sent US stocks into the fastest bear market in history in March 2020. The stock market is typically a leading indicator, it tends to fall before the start of an economic recession and recover before...Read more
Fed Rate Cuts: Three strikes or third time’s the charm?
Key Takeaways The Federal Reserve (Fed) cut rates for the third time this year. Historically, three rate cuts have been the sweet spot for stocks. The Fed rate cuts have improved investor sentiment and “un-inverted” the yield curve, quieting...Read more
Are we near a recession?
Is the U.S nearing a recession? That remains the key question on the minds of investors. One of the most closely watched predictors of a potential recession in the bond market, known as the inverted yield curve flashed red. Key Takeaways An...Read more
Is the Bond Market Signaling a Recession?
Is the Bond Market Signaling a Recession? The bond market has once again captured headlines, with concerns focused on a potential inversion in the yield curve. An inverted yield curve, defined broadly as short-term bonds paying more than...Read more
What Does a Yield Curve Have to Do with a Recession?
What Does a Yield Curve Have to Do with a Recession? The yield curve – and a potential inversion in the yield curve – has been the subject of much concern in the markets recently and caused a sharp sell-off this past Tuesday. An inverted yield...Read more
Is a Recession Looming
Is a Recession Looming? Synopsis: It’s been close to a decade since our economy recovered from the last recession Concerns over rising interest rates and equity market gains will drive the U.S. back into another recession Another recession is...Read more