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What is Normal? | Weekly Market Commentary | September 5, 2023

What is Normal? | Weekly Market Commentary | September 5, 2023

The 1980s were a time of great movies, parachute pants, and even better music. Throw in the release of Pac-Man and the launch of MTV (when they actually played music videos), and the 80s were largely considered by some (me) to be the best decade ever! The 1980s also saw the start of one of the most impressive bull market runs in recent history: The start of the bond bull market.

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Lessons Learned From The Grand Tetons | Weekly Market Commentary | August 28, 2023

Lessons Learned From The Grand Tetons | Weekly Market Commentary | August 28, 2023

The Federal Reserve (Fed) often uses the Jackson Hole Symposium to announce tweaks in policy. Other central bank leaders are also worth watching as investors try to perceive where rates will be in the coming months. In this piece, we discuss some of the opportunities and risks we see in the markets and the economy following the central banker confab. We close the piece with investment implications.

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How This U.S. Debt Downgrade Is Different From 2011 | Weekly Market Commentary | August 14, 2023

How This U.S. Debt Downgrade Is Different From 2011 | Weekly Market Commentary | August 14, 2023

It’s different this time. The four (or five) most dangerous words in investing. We’ll take the risk and use those words here as we break down the recent decision by credit rating agency Fitch to downgrade U.S. government debt to its second-highest rating, AA+ (note that several countries in Europe, including Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, and Switzerland enjoy AAA ratings, as do Johnson and Johnson (JNJ) and Microsoft (MSFT)). We compare the potential market impact of this decision to what markets experienced in 2011 when S&P issued its U.S. debt downgrade.

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