With the election behind us, and as we enter 2021, Scott Welch outlines five primary economic and market signals that may provide perspective on where the markets will go from here.
While most of Wall Street is expecting “Gridlock Good,” Jeff Weniger punches holes in that thesis and provides a solution if stocks decline.
Many believe that the election results and corresponding current events suggest the markets may return to a similar environment as over the past few years. Against this backdrop, Scott Welch makes the case for investors to position their portfolios toward disruptive growth.
On last week’s Behind the Markets podcast, Jeremy Schwartz spoke with Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel, Brian Wesbury, chief economist at First Trust, and pollster John Zogby on the market environment following the election and what lessons can be learned from the polls ahead of this election.
More than anything else, the question we most often hear from investors is, when will value come back? Scott Welch revisits this question as the election season comes to a close and we await the final election results.
On a new Behind the Markets podcast, Jeremy Schwartz speaks with Greg Valliere, political strategist at AGF Investments, and the author of Modern Monopolies and CEO of Applico, Alex Moazed. The conversations highlighted the intersection of current politics and recent litigation against platform technology companies.