• Resilient Labor Market Supports Economic Expansion

    Stocks rose last week after Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Powell indicated the Fed would reduce the size of future interest rate hikes from the recent 0.75% increases.

  • Short-Term Fixed Income Strategies as Rates Change

    An update for investors as they review their fixed income and cash strategies during this new interest rate regime.

  • More Indicators Consistent With Future Economic Weakness

    Stocks continue to rally with the S&P 500 Index up 1.5% last week and now up 12.6% so far in the fourth quarter.

  • Consumer Demand Holding Up Well as We Start Fourth Quarter

    Current economic readings, including retail sales, industrial production, and jobless claims, remain consistent with a growing economy.

  • Earnings Scorecard: Keeping an Eye on the “E”

    After nearly every football game, coaches for the losing teams try to ease the sting of a loss by detailing some positive takeaways.

  • Thoughts on Midterm Election Outcome

    With Republicans winning a majority of seats in the House of Representatives and Democrats holding the edge in the Senate with at least 50 seats and Vice President Kamala Harris as a tiebreaking vote, we will now have two years of divided government.

  • Thoughts on Bear Markets and Recessions

    Given this year’s market selloff and concerns about a potential recession, we thought it was important to review previous bear markets and recessions for perspective.

  • Investing in Water

    We view water as a long-term investment theme that impacts many industries. This piece reviews the importance of water to life and the economy and highlights major investment implications.

  • Inflation Fever Breaking but Economic Slowdown Continues

    Stocks rallied last week after a better-than-expected CPI inflation report.

  • Business Surveys and Labor Report Consistent With Slow Growth

    Stocks sold off last week after the Federal Reserve (Fed) raised short-term interest rates by another 0.75% and Chairman Powell stated that interest rates will likely need to go higher than previously expected.

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