November 26, 2018

Over the past 8 weeks, the S&P 500 has erased its gains for the year and is now officially in correction territory with a 10% decline from it’s high. While these types of declines can be concerning, it is important to remember that 10% declines are not unusual. In fact, almost every year the stock market has a correction of at least 10%....

October 15, 2018

We all hate inflation when the cost of goods and services rise. Fortunately, for more than a decade, inflation in the United States has remained low, and we have all become accustomed to prices slowly, gently rising over time. Similarly, the stock and bond markets have become accustomed to stable, low inflation, and that has helped propel...

February 2, 2018

2017 was an extraordinary year for the markets and 2018 has been off to a hot start as well. What makes the markets so unique lately is how little volatility there has been. It is an important reminder to not become complacent when the markets are doing this well. To show how unique the S&P 500 has been, consider these several facts that...

January 12, 2018

Kenneth Arrow, Nobel Prize-winning economist, and one of the most influential economists of the 20th century died in 2017 at the age of 95. While Dr. Arrow’s contributions are many, he is most quoted for his anecdotes about World War II. During the war, Dr. Arrow was assigned to be a weatherman and tasked with making long-range prediction...

September 6, 2017

2017 in the stock market so far has proven to be another stable year, returns in the S&P 500 have hovered around double digits, and we have hit all-time highs. As we start to peel back what is happening, there is a trend that has taken shape that is worth noting. There is a growing divergence between growth companies and value companies a...

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