The bull market case remains sound heading into 2022, but investors will need to position for potential peaks in valuations, inflation and supply chain disruptions as fiscal and monetary policy diverge.
Despite the risk-off mood ETFs took in $67 billion and are on track for $847 billion for the year. Matthew Bartolini analyzes the latest data to show this “Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on,” mindset from investors.
In this month’s Charting the Market, Matthew Bartolini showcases how investors have begun to place a higher emphasis on fundamentals and profitability in this phase of the rally
Interest rates rose sharply at the end of September as the US 10-year Treasury yield spiked 31 basis points. Read more about how downward pressure on bond prices is creating tax-loss harvesting opportunities for fixed income positions in a year when most equity exposures have rallied.
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