So say two savants from Principal Financial, at CIO’s Summit.
Corporate profits should lose just (just?) 17%, UBS says, better than previous forecasts.
Despite investor qualms, equities should keep heading north, JPM predicts.
The two metals’ prices have climbed nicely, a good counterpoint to the jobs situation.
What different combinations of control on Capitol Hill and the White House would mean, by LPL’s reckoning.
Portfolio returns over 12% for fourth straight year. Dartmouth’s earns 7.6% in 2020.
Trump’s axing relief package talks till after the election won’t harm the recovery, Mike Wilson argues.
The need for oil and gas will be around for a while, and their suffering stocks are far from lost causes, Wells Fargo argues.
Perhaps the small losses show investors think not much will change in the presidential race.
Celebrated investor draws parallels to the must-have momentum stocks of the 1960s.
The election and the virus could trigger another stock slump, says strategist Christopher Harvey.
The mechanisms are in place for the nation and the market to know pretty soon who wins, the firm’s economists argue.
Panel at Alternative Investment Summit reveals how much things have changed since March.
Technology disruptions across all sectors were just a temporary time out, create new opportunities, according to experts at an EisnerAmper conference.
When the buck is down, the incumbent party usually wins, LPL Financial research finds.