Many retailers made surprising earnings gains in Q1, but a slumping stock market might eventually bring spending and inflation down.Read More ›
To make smart financial decisions, you need to know what investing tools are available and how investment vehicles are structured. Unfortunately, if you’re like most new investors, you’re probably struggling to understand and choose between two popular investment types: exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and mutual funds. We’re here to help you weigh your options and determine […]Read More ›
The Federal Reserve plans to remain in a holding pattern with regard to interest rates and doesn’t seem concerned about inflation – which has spurred jitters in the bond market. Check out our take on the March Fed Meeting.Read More ›
Emles Advisors participates in the private investment in public equity (“PIPE”) of IronNet Cybersecurity, a leader in collective defense and network detection and response (NDR)Read More ›
The $1.9-trillion stimulus package Congress passed this month is expected to provide a major stimulus for the U.S. economy. Now, investors are naturally asking what the impact of all this stimulus will be on financial markets.Read More ›
In our view, rather than a binary month-over-month rise or fall in inflation, it is the rate of change and the persistence of Consumer Price Index (“CPI”) that matters most. At a CPI of 1.4% as of February 10, 2021, we continue to view inflation to stay low over the near-term.
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We think the companies that cater to in-home activities will continue to benefit from trends that should persist long after vaccines bring a return to a more normal environment.Read More ›
Many investors may look towards cyclical sectors to potentially lead the market, but companies with federal contracts may carry additional benefits, such as stable through-the-cycle revenues. Watch our video for why an allocation to federal contractors may provide investors with defensive equity exposure.Read More ›
With return expectations shrinking, investors may need to look in unique, high growth categories to find it – like luxury goods. Watch our video for why we believe the luxury goods category is poised for growth.Read More ›
The IHS Markit U.S. Manufacturing PMI indicator increased to 59.2 in January from 57.1 in December 2020. The increase indicates a robust improvement in the health of the U.S. manufacturing industry.Read More ›
While traditional pockets of alternative assets have found patient and growing allocations in investor portfolios over the years, newer exposures are fast-rising creative alternatives that offer a blend of cash flow and long-term value creation. In our 2021 outlook, we explore new alternative assets for portfolios.Read More ›
We believe that continued government intervention and a gradual reopening will further support U.S. equity markets in 2021. In our 2021 outlook, we provide a view into global equity markets and where we see opportunities for investors going forward.Read More ›
With short-term rates in the U.S. pegged securely between 0 and 25 basis points (“bps”), we believe that the yield curve will have modest steepening over the coming year. In our 2021 outlook, we dive into fixed income sectors and where we see opportunities for investors going forward.Read More ›
Following a pandemic-triggered recession, we are now at the onset of a new reflationary business cycle. In our 2021 outlook, we review the global macroeconomic environment and where we see opportunities for investors going forward.Read More ›
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