Welcome to the inaugural post of the Brinker Capital Vlog, a monthly video series where we tackle timely market and economic topics. We hope you find the following video content valuable.
On today’s vlog, Tim Holland, Global Investment Strategist at Brinker Capital, discusses recessions – what they are; what causes them; and his predictions for when the next one will hit.
Tim Holland, CFA, Senior Vice President, Global Investment Strategist
On this week’s podcast (recorded November 20, 2017), Tim takes a closer look at the somewhat unpleasant topic of Recession — including what causes them and when the next one might hit.
- There are three historic catalysts for a recession: The Federal Reserve, a bursting bubble, and an exogenous shock.
- When will the next recession hit? The short answer? Not now.
- Interest rates remain at reasonable levels, corporate revenues and earnings are growing, unemployment claims and the unemployment rate are at historic lows, and consumers and corporations have ample access to credit.
For Tim’s full insights, click here to listen to the audio recording.
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