Investors were finally reintroduced to the ebbs and flows of normal day-to-day volatility. This commentary explores what normal volatility looks like and why rising rates aren’t all bad.
This commentary touches on the passing of Corporate tax cuts during a period of historically high corporate profits and also discusses the relationship of the unemployment rate with future market returns.
The stock market started off this year in a similar fashion to how it ended last year, in rally mode. The difference this year is that international stocks have been participating as well.