Markets have taken investors on a daily roller coaster ride like we’ve not seen in years, but this is typical for late-stage bull markets.
In this edition, we address the headlines and underlying concerns behind last week’s correction.
Resurgent volatility hit global markets again last week. The recent market drawdown was not isolated to the U.S.
The term “new normal” was coined during the rubble of the 2008-2009 great financial crisis to imply that normal business cycles were a thing of the past. Today, the business cycle is back in full force and “new normal” is a thing of the past.
February 5, 2018 | Volatility returned to global stock markets last week with the S&P 500 declining -3.85 percent from its Jan. 26th all-time high with international markets following suit.
In this edition, we share our 2018 Outlook with you to help navigate the year ahead, but we’ll resist the temptation to make a market call.