• April Investment Perspectives

    In this issue we discuss opportunities in the Eurozone, understanding the sensitivity to volatility, and the record-breaking stock market performance.

  • Finding Some Zen in a Garden of Volatility

    After substantial increases in interest rates in early 2024, we view the fixed-income markets as fairly valued relative to the economic and Fed outlook. These valuations mark the first opportunity to add duration since the cautious position we advocated in our Outlook 2024.

  • Spring Rain Delay

    The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee left its target for overnight interest rates unchanged at a range of 5.25% – 5.50%, their fifth unchanged decision. Both markets and Fed officials have ruled out the necessity of further tightening barring any tail risk to inflation.

  • March Investment Perspectives

    In this latest Investment Perspectives, we discuss the economic evolution of Mexico, the Fed’s many misconceptions, and whether there are new highs ahead for the S&P 500.

  • February Investment Perspectives

    In this issue of Investment Perspectives, we look at the key drivers in the surge for copper demand, the 2024 trends in the fixed-income markets, and what will matter most for the stock market in the long term.

  • January Investment Perspectives

    In this month’s Investment Perspectives, the Investment Strategy Group discusses how the pursuit of a soft landing continues in the new year and anticipates volatile but trending bond markets. Plus, strong market performance in December points to potential positive results for 2024.

  • Outlook 2024

    Outlook 2024 offers the Janney Investment Strategy Group’s baseline forecasts for the economy and equity and fixed income markets in the coming year.

  • Once A Grinch, Forever Changed

    Fed policymakers held overnight interest rates unchanged at 5.25% - 5.50%, the fourth consecutive hold after 18 months of hikes.

  • December Investment Perspectives

    In this issue we discuss making a case for metals, the role politics play in objective decision-making, and if seasonal bias will dominate December.

  • November Investment Perspectives

    In this issue of Investment Perspectives, we examine the odds of a recession within the next 12 months, look at the bond market sensitivity to supply, and discuss why the seasonal bias is skewed to the positive.

  • October Investment Perspectives

    In this issue of Investment Perspectives, we share why we believe the economic picture is still reasonably bright. We also look at how interest rates provide useful signals regarding economic conditions, and why various technical factors may provide the setting to increase equity exposure in October.

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