In this week’s podcast, Andy talks with Dan Dumjic, a Principal in Taxable Fixed Income at Piper Sandler & Co. Dan and Andy discuss the current outlook for the fixed income market, the impact rising rates and inflation could have on fixed income investors, and the potential advantages of mortgage-backed Continue Reading
In this week’s podcast, Andrew Willms and Jim Picerno discuss value investing, why its had a long stretch of under-performance, and the likelihood of it making a comeback. This week marks the beginning of a new format for The Market Commentator podcast.
In this week’s Market Commentators podcast, the group discuss how markets are rising to new highs in more ways than one. From the Dow Jones to Bitcoin, valuations are continuing to grow, and so are coronavirus cases, which is showing no sign of slowing down.
In this week’s podcast, the Market Commentators discuss how high stock market valuations have triggered a massive rotation of investor dollars out of growth stocks and into value stocks.
In today’s podcast, the Market Commentators discuss why the stock market has been rallying even as the election results remain unknown. Andy, Mike and Jake also offer their thoughts on what may lie ahead for both the stock and bond markets in the days and weeks ahead.
Jake Willms serves as the moderator of this week’s Market Commentator podcast. Jake, Mike and Andy consider what a Democratic sweep on election day might mean for the markets and your portfolio, and what (if anything) you should do to prepare for that possibility.
Market Week in Review The U.S. stock market ended the week lower amid plummeting retail sales and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell describing the economy’s path as uncertain. Consequent to Powell’s comments interest rates also moved moderately lower with the 10-year treasury yield dropping from 0.69% to 0.64%, meanwhile the 2-year Continue Reading
The Market Week in Review The U.S. stock market finished the week higher despite record breaking unemployment numbers as some states begin the early phases of reopening their economies’. Interest rates moved higher on the longer end of the curve as the 10-year treasury yield rose from 0.64% to 0.69%, Continue Reading
The Market Week in Review Despite GDP revealing that the U.S. economy shrunk by 4.8% in the first quarter of 2019, the U.S. stock market ended the week slightly higher amid optimism of a coronavirus treatment. Interest rates moved higher as the 10-year treasury yield rose from 0.60% to 0.64%. Continue Reading
The Market Week In Review The U.S. stock market ended the week lower as oil continues to plunge and coronavirus concerns linger. These concerns also sent interest rates lower as the 10-year treasury yield fell from 0.65% last week to 0.60% today. Meanwhile the spread between the 10-year treasury yield Continue Reading