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23 Sep 2020
Market Perspectives

Putting politics aside

We live in red or blue states; we tune into liberal or conservative media outlets; our President is either Making America Great Again or an existential threat to our Republic; on it goes. Yet, consider how policymakers—including House Speaker Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader McConnell, and…

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Creative destruction

Economist Joseph Schumpeter coined the phrase “creative destruction” to describe the way innovation in the manufacturing process increases productivity while destroying the old way of doing things as a new efficient way is developed. This idea has been expanded to many other contexts as we…

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Vlog: Quarter-end Q&A 1Q2020

Tim Holland, CFA, Global Investment Strategist, asks and answers three top-of-mind questions as investors receive their quarterly statements and reflect on the past quarter: Have we seen the bottom in the stock market? Have the Federal Reserve and the Federal Government done enough in response…

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What could go right

Someone somewhere was the first to say, “Hope is not a strategy.” Now, that is true in all walks of life, but especially in investing. You can’t hope the market will go up. You can’t hope your portfolio will provide an adequate rate of return….

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Market update with Tom Wilson

Thomas K.R. Wilson, CFA, Senior Vice President and Head of Wealth Advisory, provides an economic update that considers the initial joblessness claims and the media’s comparison between the current environment and the Great Depression, noting the significant differences in monetary policy. The views expressed are…