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Income Report Card | September 19, 2017

Posted on September 19, 2017

The 10-year Treasury yield rose sharply to 2.20% as the market digested the retirement of Fed Vice Chair, Stanley Fischer. Markets also rebounded from their September selloff, setting a possible return to the bull market that has marked most of this year. See the data

Momentum | July 26, 2017

Posted on July 26, 2017

Near-term momentum in the major European markets shifted negative on weaker earnings, mostly resulting from a stronger Euro which some may see as a competitive weakness. Meanwhile, emerging markets and energy continue to strengthen in the near term with energy signaling a possible rebound. Momentum measures the rate of acceleration, either positive or negative, in […]

Volatility | May 4, 2017

Posted on May 4, 2017

Our Observations: Volatility continues to be somewhat muted across all asset classes. The sell-off in stocks over the past few weeks failed to generate high-levels of volatility, which is often a good indicator of extreme investor sentiment. We believe, this could mean that a deeper correction is still pending or that the rebound will be […]