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This is a very opportunistic type of market environment and investors must “seize the day.” When the opportunity presents itself, one must act. In this market, we simply can’t afford to wait for an “appropriate” catalyst.
The question should really be, what’s behind many masks? Overall U.S. equity averages such as the S&P 500 have recently exhibited very low measures of volatility, but underneath the surface remains rather elevated volatility between sectors.
The latest data release could be the next determinant of financial markets’ directions. Data might confirm certain opinions while dispelling others. Any news concerning labor markets, wages, and inflation (both price increases and expectations) will be closely scrutinized.
By adopting a more hawkish posture on its monetary policies, the Fed increased the likelihood of volatility in financial markets, especially among interest rates and currencies. But not yet—predictable economic and inflation data kept interest rates and the U.S. dollar rather stable this week, and equities continued higher.
Hosted by Jeff Kobernick, the panelists reviewed the burgeoning non-fungible token (“NFT”) market, the “red-hot” market for new and used watches, and the world of new and used collectible cars.
Hosted by Rob Sechan, panelists Jamie Dinan and Marc Lasry discussed markets, the uneven reopening of the economy,...
In general, estate planning is not what people wake up and want to chat about. However, this year there is plenty of news around the changes to tax policy that should be motivating you to start the dialogue and/or get educated on how the changes may impact you and your family.
Hosted by Rob Sechan, panelists Tom Lee and Anthony Scaramucci discussed an overview of the cryptocurrency market, the outlook for the market in 2021 and the future, as well as insights on how individual investors can gain exposure to this burgeoning asset class within their own portfolio.
A key focus of President Biden’s address to Congress last night was his proposed “American Families Plan.” Among many things, the plan includes new spending on what the administration describes as “human infrastructure” priorities.