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Fixed Income Markets

What Now?

What Now?

By | 2020, Bond Markets, coronavirus, Equity Markets, Financial Planning, Fixed Income Markets, Interest Rates, Investing Lessons, Investment Returns, Investor Panic, Market Corrections, Market Volatility, Patience, Retiree, Retirement, Retirement Income, Retirement Planning, Retirement Savings, Returns, Risk, Stock Markets, Tax | No Comments

2020 began with the promise of continued strong economic and financial performance and a hint of uncertainty surrounding the November Presidential election.  The nation’s unemployment rate was near sixty-year lows, and labor force participation rates were near sixty-year highs.  The longest bull market in U.S. history was still running, despite concerns by some investors and analysts that it was getting…

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How will investors face in 2019?

Looking Ahead to 2019

By | Bond Markets, Equity Markets, Fixed Income Markets, Investing Lessons, Investment Returns, Market Corrections, Market Volatility, News and Events, Patience, Real Returns, Returns, Speculation, Stock Markets | No Comments

After the worst year for equity markets in a decade, some investors may be asking themselves “what now?”  It is not unusual for investors to question their investment decisions and investment allocations after a year where very little seemed to go right for equity markets.  After a trying year in 2018, what does the new year hold for investors, and…

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2018: A Battle Between the Bear and Bull

2018: The Year in Review

By | 2018, Economic Growth, Equity Markets, Fixed Income Markets, Investment Returns, Market Corrections, Market Volatility, Returns | No Comments

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair…”…

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