It’s important for investors to remember how normal it is for markets to undergo sporadic corrections, but also to remember that mostly the market goes up. And for good reasons.
Advisors Capital’s investment committee headed by Chief Investment Officer Dr. Charles Lieberman review the economy, markets, and the firm’s investment strategies through September 30, 2018
With interest rate expectations moving higher along with some bloated growth valuations there are a lot of reasons to believe that the shift back towards value stocks has begun.
Anytime the market takes a tumble, the Chicken Littles of the world come out to predict the coming stock market collapse. Because market corrections are quite common, they get this forecast right roughly one out of ten times, if that often.
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Protracted downturns largely occur when the economy lapses into recession, yet most economists don’t see that happening until 2020, if then.
The market’s recognition of the coming rate increases was long overdue. Now that the evidence is too stark to ignore, investors are repositioning portfolios—both in fixed income and in equities.
Many investors have hoarded more cash than necessary as a result of the Great Recession. It’s time to let go.
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