The current extended bouts of volatility and declines offer opportunities to compound wealth at higher rates in the future.
The second quarter of 2022 saw significant declines in both equity and bond markets. Interest rate increases and inflation are largely to blame.
Plainly speaking, there are multiple forces at play, making the global macro environment particularly perilous.
High beta stocks shone, equity and bond correlations resumed a negative relationship (a great thing), commodities soared, and the US dollar remained strong throughout 2021.
The third quarter of 2021 produced mixed results for investors as volatility trended upwards.
Catch up on asset classes, the Federal Reserve, inflation, GDP, unemployment and more.
The first quarter of 2021 was a turning point for markets. Investors began seeing the end of the pandemic, and risks of economic doom diminished.
COVID-19 cases rebound, a looming election, and a pullback in technology? We have to keep on keeping on.
While the rate of new COVID-19 cases and deaths has continued to slow, the pandemic is far from over. Make sense of the market through more than 50 charts.