WisdomTree Insights

In “normal” times, bonds would be expected to thrive in a weakening economy. But this year, that old truism has been thrown out the window. Jeff Weniger analyzes the impact of bond market performance on the stock market.  
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In 2001 and 2007, the markets experienced a "Fed pivot," similar to what may be forthcoming today. Jeff Weniger discusses the prior Fed pivots and how they may tie in with today’s markets. 
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Earlier this month, the euro hit parity with the U.S. dollar for the first time in 20 years. Jeff Weniger outlines the latest currency moves and what a strong U.S. dollar could mean for your portfolio. 

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After a bold move from ¥103 per dollar to ¥138 in less than two years, the Japanese yen suddenly finds itself at a weakness level not seen since 1998. Jeff Weniger discusses the currency’s moves and what it means for investors.

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Despite being the third-largest sector in the S&P 500, investors often overlook the Consumer Discretionary sector’s importance. Jeff Weniger outlines why its challenges warrant considerable attention. 
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Though it may be a bit counterintuitive, a low unemployment rate does not equal positive stock market performance. Jeff Weniger outlines the factors behind this relationship. 
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