A common misperception is that Democrats are bad for markets. Such fears find little foundation in fact.
The events of recent years—trade conflict, geopolitical risk and the Covid-19 pandemic—have laid bare that extreme differences exist among
As 2020 draws to a close, investors are confronted with a binary challenge. How should they proceed?
In this time of extreme flux, perhaps the only definitive statement that can be made is that political, policy and economic sources of uncertainty
Flagging growth, depressed earnings, the risk of rising Covid-19 infection rates and unprecedented US election risk are forces that not even
The S&P 500 is down more than 7% in September, the Dow Jones 6% and the Nasdaq Composite more than 10%, into correction territory.
Bob Dylan’s lyrics resonate today against a backdrop of social and political unrest unlikely any time seen since he penned them. And even
September, and October, will probably contain a few nasty surprises. Get ready.
A Marvel Tribute to Chadwick Boseman
The choices voters will make in the US, Germany and Japan, could not be more consequential. No less may be at stake than the fate of liberal
This week, this missing Tetons will cast a metaphorical shadow over the Fed deliberations. The reason for their absence will be a powerful
Now that the world’s benchmark equity index—the S&P500—has closed in on its pre-pandemic and all-time highs, it’s useful to carefully