We’re experiencing the third market decline of 2022, with tech stocks looking particularly bleak, but what does history say we can expect next?
Monday, 16 May 2022
Over the last few weeks, we’ve experienced perhaps the most significant market decline of 2022, and many investors see nothing but a bleak outlook ahead. Tech stocks, in particular, have taken a beating. However, analyzing statistics about drawdowns and looking to history as a guide is helpful in understanding why it’s happening - and why there’s still a great probability for positive returns in 2022.
It’s time to stop doom-scrolling and to focus on the reasons investors should be optimistic for the near future instead.
Wednesday, 13 April 2022
The current economic environment is full of dark clouds, and it’s all too easy to focus only on the negative headlines. Although we’re in a tough place at the moment, investors should not lose hope for a better tomorrow. There is optimism for the future, and it’s based on the predictive power of the stock market.
With all of the turmoil happening in the world at the moment, it’s no surprise that many people are worried about a significant downturn in the economy and in the markets.
Wednesday, 30 March 2022
Many analysts and economists have been confidently predicting that a recession is imminent in the United States. They cite factors like an inverting yield curve and sticky inflation with persistent supply chain issues. In this episode, we’ll summarize the various reasons people think a recession is imminent, and use historical evidence and trends to provide additional context.
Some insight into how investors can navigate these tumultuous times.
Thursday, 10 March 2022
Over the past few years, the world has collectively struggled with various crises all demanding our attention. From a global pandemic to rising concerns over climate change to a war in Ukraine that's leaving us all holding our breath - it's hard not to be scared over current world events. As an investor, a world in crisis can become even scarier when we begin seeing changes in our economy and in a volatile market.
The Federal Reserve is making a U-Turn with an aggressive approach that will include interest rate increases.
Thursday, 17 February 2022
The Federal Reserve is returning to the forefront of conversations in an economy that has largely recovered from COVID, and it’s making a U-Turn. Unlike last Saturday’s Super Bowl, where there could only be one winner, the goal is to have everybody win as the Fed starts to walk the tightrope between inflation and deflation by increasing interest rates.