LPL Research discusses why there may be emerging reasons to believe that the next year may be more constructive than the last.
Stocks and bonds are both down significantly. Elevated food and gas prices continue to stretch budgets, and higher interest rates have increased borrowing costs.
LPL Research discusses elevated uncertainty in financial markets due to high inflation and rising interest rates.
When it comes to stock market performance, August was “the best of times, and the worst of times.
LPL Research discusses why last week was epic for market-watchers, as wells as what could be in store for August.
LPL Research assesses economic and market conditions for the rest of 2022.
Both stock and bond markets have been challenging this year, but LPL Research explains what this could mean looking forward.
LPL Research discusses what investors should expect with the new bear market.
The bull market that began in March of 2020 came dangerously close to an end. From March 23, 2020 through January 3, 2022, the S&P 500 Index gained 114% (excluding dividends).
LPL Research explains why they remain optimistic that more sunshine could be coming.