Progress against the virus combined with historic stimulus measures have helped the U.S. economy storm back from pandemic lockdown-driven lows.
LPL Research notes some possible reasons for a pause in the rally and why any potential pullbacks won’t last very long.
LPL Research believes investors are appropriately optimistic, given the improving economy, the pace of vaccinations, fiscal stimulus, and surging earnings.
While optimism surrounding the reopening is certainly understandable, LPL Research takes a look to see if sentiment is flashing a near-term contrarian warning sign for stocks.
The outstanding fourth-quarter earnings season we had in 2020 is a tough act to follow, but 2021’s first quarter has the makings of another potentially great earnings season.
LPL Research revises previous forecasts to better reflect the growing optimism of an economy on the rebound.
Developments in the economy and the fight against the virus are likely to provide the ingredients for a positive outlook through the remainder of the year.
LPL Research explains why any upticks in inflation will ultimately prove transitory.
LPL Research discusses the end of the bear market and the trends of a bull market in year two.
With the NCAA college basketball tournament getting underway this week, LPL Research is getting in the spirit with its own version of March Madness.