stock market behavior

October
15

Provided by: Your Family CFO Team

Last week’s stock market performance startled investors…

Like an unexpected gust of wind that blows the hat off your head or flips your umbrella inside out, last week’s stock market performance startled investors. Looking back, it’s easy to identify some of the factors that may have contributed to investors’ unease and shaken confidence in the markets.  Ben Levisohn of Barron’s offered a…

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October
08

Provided by: Your Family CFO Team

The stock market tends to be a leading economic indicator…

Last week offered some insight to economics and stock market behavior. The U.S. unemployment rate reached its lowest level since 1969 and wages moved higher, yet major U.S. stock indices lost value. Why didn’t stock markets move higher? The answer is stock prices tend to be leading indicators. They reflect investors’ expectations for the future….

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