Winter 2018 Market Commentary: Things That Have Never Been & Ten For 2018
Winter 2018 Market Commentary: Things That Have Never Been & Ten For 2018

Winter 2018 Market Commentary: Things That Have Never Been & Ten For 2018

 

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Winter 2018 Market Commentary: Things That Have Never Been & Ten For 2018

Market predictions and insights for the year to come.

As we welcome the new year, full of things that have yet to be seen, we reflect on the tumultuous days of 2017 and look forward to what 2018 might hold.

In the Winter Market Commentary, “Things That Have Never Been & Ten For 2018,” President and CIO Reed Murphy comments on market trends and offers predictions for 2018, including insights on:

  • If and how tax reform will boost the economy;
  • Whether volatility will return;
  • What does an investment bubble look like? We take a closer look at the Bitcoin phenomenon with some data points and a chart that will leave you wondering;
  • The impact of the U.S.’s increased oil production; and
  • Which team will win the 2018 World Series.

These are just a few of the topics addressed in the Winter Commentary.

Click here to read the complete commentary, including a market recap and portfolio implications »


 
Tags:  Balance Sheet Reduction, Bitcoin, Bond Market, Bonds, Bull Economy, Cryptocurrency, Energy Sector, Fed and Interest Rates, Fed Funds, Health of the Economy, International Equities, Market Volatility, Oil Prices, Oil Production, Populism, Pro-business Economy, Pro-growth Economy, Rising Interest Rates, Small Businesses and Taxes, Tax Bill, Tax Reform, Technology Stocks, The Fed, Trump and the Economy, Trumpeconomics, U.S. Equities, U.S. Oil Production, Volatility

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