Market Commentary

July 13, 2015 | Market Update

Domestic stocks and bonds, along with developed international equities, finished the week flat; however, the returns do not tell the whole story. The week started in a volatile fashion following the Greek referendum last Sunday, and the continued fall in Chinese stocks also weighed on global sentiment. By mid-week, renewed hopes for a Greek deal and unprecedented action by Chinese officials to stem their stock crash led to a reversal in equities. [...]

The 2015 Halftime Report

A foreboding presence of consensual uncertainty has plagued performance across both fixed income and equity markets. As it may be analyzed, these returns are a product of specified exaggerations in the short term sentiment of investors rather than the long term fundamentals of the global economy. [...]

August 10, 2015 | Market Update

It’s been another week of volatility in the markets. Contributing to some of the issues we are seeing is the growing US trade gap which increased in June by 7%, as well as the selloff of shares in media companies. [...]

August 3, 2015 | Market Update

Another Default, this time by Puerto Rico. Commodity prices hit their lowest levels since 2002. China continues its downward trend, losing 3.4 Trillion in value. Speculation continues on the Fed... [...]

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