It’s a rarity for the two main asset classes, almost always negatively correlated, to perform a duet. Here’s what allocators can do about that.
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Turns out that, since World War II, three bears didn’t lead to a recession, CFRA research shows.
Try a recession, or sanction-fueled suspicions, or high debt. But the buck’s dominance should continue, experts say.
Not the 1970s, which is most often cited as the historical precedent, says firm CIO Scott Minerd. If so, that’s good news for us.
The central bank’s greater openness these days fuels risky behavior and thwarts flexibility, some say.
Of all 16 Federal Reserve chiefs, the current one—who may or may not get a second term—is No. 7 in Dow returns, says CFRA.