Market Commentary

Are Bonds Worth Holding in 2022?

January 20th, 2022
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If the Fed raises interest rates as expected, bonds may not perform well–but could still be worth holding for some investors.

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How Will Fed’s Policy Shift Affect the Market in 2022?

January 13th, 2022
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Mitch looks at last week’s comments from the Federal Reserve, and what this changing outlook means for investors.

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Mitch’s Market Outlook for 2022

January 6th, 2022
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After the challenges—and strong corporate earnings—of 2021, what’s ahead for the economy and market this year?

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What Economic Effects Would Build Back Better Have?

December 30th, 2021
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Although it is being fiercely debated by legislators, Mitch thinks the overall economic impact of this legislation is modest.

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How to Put Excess Savings to Work in this Market

December 27th, 2021
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Many Americans happily have excess savings—but with a high stock market and inflation, what should investors do?

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Pros and Cons of “Dividend-Only” Investing

December 17th, 2021
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While investing in dividend-paying stocks can be a productive way to generate income, it’s always important to diversify your portfolio

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Is Inflation Pushing Up Holiday Spending Numbers?

December 9th, 2021
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Holiday spending expected to be up around 10% this year, but is the rise simply due to higher prices?

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Is the Market Too Frothy and Out of Whack?

December 2nd, 2021
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Mitch offers his analysis of a market that keeps climbing in spite of issues like inflation, supply chains, gas prices and more.

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What’s Ahead for the Economy and Corporate Earnings in Long Term

November 26th, 2021
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While it’s impossible to accurately predict conditions 10 or 20 years out, Mitch looks at history to assess the future

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Is Inflation Transitory—Or Here to Stay?

November 18th, 2021
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Inflation has been described as “too much money chasing too few goods.” Mitch argues that the “too few goods” part will soon be fixed.

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