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Defense Contractors set for war? Historically, defense contractors tend to outperform the broad market over long periods. With looming conflicts and market turbulence in 2022, the setup looks particularly attractive. READ FULL ARTICLE The Emles Federal Contractors ETF (FEDX) seeks investment results that correspond, before fees and expenses, to the price and yield performance of […]Read More ›
While the current high rate of inflation has raised concerns, we believe longer-term trends would contribute to deflation. The Federal Reserve (Fed) is ready to roll back its economic stimulus efforts on a faster timetable and may raise the benchmark federal funds rate three times next year. That was the news that emerged from the […]Read More ›
Are we towards the end of an economic cycle or is there still some room to go? It is difficult if not impossible to ‘call the top,’ and no one can know for sure with[out] the benefit of hindsight. We do however see some warning signs that it may be time to take a more […]Read More ›
The legislation will provide much-needed upgrades to the country’s roads, rail systems, airports, water systems, and electric grid. Major infrastructure upgrades will soon be coming to every corner of the country. On November 15, the President signed a $1.2-trillion infrastructure package that been voted on favorably by both the Senate and U.S. House of Representatives. […]Read More ›
Moderate Senators scaled the program back to $1.75 trillion, with new taxes on high income earners and stock buybacks among the proposals to pay for it. The Democrats in Congress appear to be making progress on a federal spending plan. The Biden Administration had initially proposed a $3.5-trillion plan, but it has been reduced to […]Read More ›
While central banks look to contain the inflationary pressures of the post-pandemic recovery, global supply shortages continue to present major challenges for the recovery. Feds signals when tapering will begin Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell recently announced that the Fed could begin tapering its asset-purchase program in November.1 The start of the process may coincide, […]Read More ›
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