Stocks are a forward looking mechanism. That is drilled into our heads constantly. It means stock market participants are constantly looking ahead at what the future will look like and then assign a "fair" price today to whatever you think the future will hold. The problem with that method is
The Oscars, the Grammys, the Emmys, the Tonys, and the Kansas City Fed Monetary Policy Symposium.......What do these annual events have in common? In each of their respective industries they have become THE annual event everyone looks forward to.
In the financial markets the Symposium is simply known as
Last week's Musings focused more on the big picture and my message to clients and advisors on where we go next. With that focus a lot of my random thoughts last week were on the long-term impact COVID will have on our economy, the markets, and our lives. We will
The S&P 500 index hit an all-time record high on Tuesday. Many people are celebrating what is officially the shortest bear market in history. A typical bear market sees stocks losing 35-55% over 12-18 months and then taking 5-8 years to fully recover those losses. I've argued since
We love working with our Cornerstone partners! This month's update focuses on ways our partners are speaking out on important topics.
The Chief Investment Officer for Eventide funds, Dr. Finny Kuruvilla has one of the most impressive resumes for any of our portfolio managers. In our office, we like