When it comes to elections, the markets seem to seek clarity above all else; yet there are some policy implications to consider. We break down the 2018 midterm elections in this latest Client Letter.
This client letter addresses the recent market volatility. Although it can be difficult to experience these declines and volatility may continue in the near term, the underlying fundamentals of the economy and markets are positive and we see potential …
In this latest client letter, we look back on the strong growth and stock gains from the third quarter, and discuss key factors to watch as we kick off the last three months of the year.
This Client Letter discusses recent positive indicators for U.S. economy and stocks, which we believe outweigh some areas for investor concern.
As we look back on the month of July, the standout stories for the summer so far have been strong U.S. economic growth and surging corporate profits. This latest Client Letter recaps these reports and emphasizes the importance of focusing on fundamenta…
The Executive Summary highlights key themes and LPL Research economic and market forecasts from Midyear Outlook 2018: The Plot Thickens
The LPL Research Midyear Outlook 2018: The Plot Thickens provides insightful commentary to help you navigate the rest of the year.
The LPL Research team proudly presents the Midyear Outlook 2018: The Plot Thickens, with investment insights and market guidance covering the rest of the year.
Overall, we think the global economic backdrop, particularly in the U.S., remains intact. Although the situation in Italy is an ongoing risk worth monitoring, we don’t believe it indicates a change in the trajectory of the global economy.
“May’s arrival has brought warmer weather to many parts of the U.S. (finally), but it also brings talk of one of the most widely cited stock market clichés in history: “Sell in May and go away.”