The coronavirus pandemic has upended markets, the economy, and people’s livelihoods. Few things feel like they’re under your control. When it comes to investing, what should investors and their advisors do?
Markets have just witnessed the biggest decline in crude prices since the Gulf War. What does this mean for commodity investors in the U.S. and around the globe? A closer look at what might have caused the oil collapse reveals how it can impact investor expectations for the near term.
Understanding premium municipal bonds can be difficult for even the most seasoned investors. Munis are underwritten with a laundry list of complexities such as yield, maturity, call date, duration, and credit.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused investors around the globe to ditch risky assets in favor of safer alternatives. Many have looked to gold as the place to park capital in hopes that the commodity will gain value during the current market rout.
In what feels like a distant memory, the first quarter of 2020 began on a positive note, with the S&P 500 rising to a record high on February 19. Markets quickly retreated as investors digested the impact of COVID-19 on the global economy.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the environment of highly valued equity markets has undergone a sudden shift to a bear market. What are the immediate term and potentially long-term implications on asset allocation?