Audio-Visual of the 2018 Winter Market Commentary
Audio-Visual of the 2018 Winter Market Commentary

Audio-Visual of the 2018 Winter Market Commentary

 

By:

J. Reed Murphy
J. Reed Murphy
CIMA®

President
Chief Investment Officer

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Audio-Visual of the 2018 Winter Market Commentary

Economy and Market Predictions: Things that Have Never Been & Ten for 2018

To help you get the most out of our 2018 Winter Market Commentary — “Things that Have Never Been & Ten for 2018” — we have created a brief video presentation with voice-over by CIO Reed Murphy highlighting stock market and economy predictions. In the video market commentary, Murphy highlights our Top Ten predictions for 2018, including

  • How tax reform may boost economies and markets
  • How equity markets may end higher for the year, but why you may beware of a rockier road
  • How interest rates will rise and create challenges for bond investors
  • Predictions for political change, the Olympics and the World Series
  • Along with many more trends and topics and how they may impact portfolios.

 

Tags:  Bond Investing, Bond Investors, Bonds, Economic Forecast, Economic Predictions, Economy, Economy and Market Predictions, Equity Markets, Interest Rates, Market Commentary, Market Report, Politics and the Economy, Stock Market Predictions, Stock Market Trends, Tax Reform, The Fed

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