In this week’s edition of steady investor, we take a look at
this week’s top news stories and what they could mean for the market:
Why are investors flocking to Emerging Markets?The U.S deficit reached new heights. How could
this affect the economy?Since 2013,[…]
What’s next for U.S relations with China? And North Korea? And
could the cyclical stocks rally be a good sign for the market? Read on to get our
answers and more in this week’s Steady Investor!
Mixed Bag of Economic and Geopolitical News: Asia – U.S.[…]
While market volatility may have you fearful of what’s next, a recession may be further off than you think. Read on to get the details.
Best January Rally in Over 30 Years – stocks recovered sharply in January, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average delivering the best start to a year since the 1980s.[…]
The Fed surprised investors with its announcement to stay steady and hold rates, while earnings season seems to be heading steadily on a downward trend. Read on to get the details:
The Fed’s Pleasant Surprise – Many Fed and market-watchers did not expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates at the recent January meeting – so it wasn’t much of a surprise when Jerome Powell announced the Fed would hold rates steady.[…]
Could asset correlations add fuel to the market rally? And what do we see for trade negotiations and the government shutdown? Read on to get our view.
Are Tightly Correlated Assets a Cause for Concern? – a pattern has emerged in the new year,[…]
From U.S. and China trade talks, to negotiations surrounding the Government shutdown and the Fed releasing minutes from their December meeting, this week was packed with events investors need to keep an eye on. Read on to get our view on the outcome.[…]Read More
The market kicked off the year with small rises while negotiations around government shutdown continue to drag along with no clear end in sight and Apple made a surprising announcement. How could these events impact the market? Read on to get the details.[…]Read More
Volatility persists with headlines signaling fears of a recession signaled by a near flat yield curve, rising interest rates and fears of a global slowdown. But we aren’t convinced these factors are powerful enough to derail economic growth. Read on to get more details in news stories of the week…
Is the Trade “Truce” Between the U.S.[…]
All eyes appear to be on President Trump and President Xi Jinping as they get ready for the G20 Summit this weekend. What could this mean for tariffs and the world economy? Read on to get details to this story and other hot topics affecting the market…
Shop ‘Til You Drop – consumer behavior continues to shift when it comes to holiday shopping preferences,[…]
Stocks have been on pretty shaky ground of late. The S&P 500’s all-time high of around 2,930 was actually reached in late September1, and stocks have pulled back and bounced around ever since. There seemed to be quite a bit of chatter in the financial news that once midterms were over,[…]Read More