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U.S. Stocks Have Been Relatively Stable in the Absence of Trade Escalation

8 Oct 2019

The lack of trade news has kept volatility subdued lately, but stocks have still made limited headway over the past 20 months. With much uncertainty remaining with regards to trade, monetary policy, p...Read More

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The U.S. Stocks Have Climbed Higher but Economic and Trade Uncertainties Remain

23 Sept 2019

U.S. stocks have broken out of their recent trading range and moved closer to all-time highs as trade tensions have marginally subsided and the European Central Bank has engaged in further easing. The...Read More

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Risks Remain as Manufacturing Sentiment and Activity Continue to Be Weak

9 Sept 2019

While manufacturing continues to weaken and the U.S.-China trade dispute shows no sign of a resolution, the U.S. consumer continues to power the economy thanks to positive wage growth and a tight labo...Read More

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The U.S. Equities Could Remain Volatile with Market and Economic Uncertainty Mounting

26 Aug 2019

U.S. equity indexes have recently experienced some wild swings and an uptick in volatility—yet they have also shown some resilience, potentially misleading investors that the recent economic downturn ...Read More

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U.S. Equities Have Trended Higher But the Recent Pullback Could Be a Sign of Things to Come

12 Aug 2019

Investors have largely ignored mounting economic warning signs, pushing U.S. stocks steadily higher over the past two months. Hope for looser monetary policy has boosted investor sentiment and pushed ...Read More

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U.S. Stock Indexes Reached New Highs but Recent Data Shows Reasons for Concern

29 July 2019

Stocks recently hit new record highs but sentiment is elevated and the possibility of disappointments may be rising. Lower rates could be an offset to ongoing trade tensions, but lower rates are unlik...Read More

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U.S. Stocks Continue to Edge High After Trade Truce

15 July 2019

The latest break-out to new all-time highs for the S&P 500 is the third major peak since January 2018 but top-line growth is unquestionably under pressure courtesy of the weak global economy and the t...Read More

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An Easing of Trade Tensions Could Keep the Rally in the U.S. Stocks Alive

2 July 2019

Trade and Fed policy continue to be critical to the outlook for the U.S. stocks. U.S. stocks have made little headway over the past 18 months; and with indexes around the highs of the recent range, an...Read More

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Potential Opportunity may Emerge Amid Bouts of Weakness in the U.S. Market

17 June 2019

May’s selling pressure helped relieve overly optimistic investor sentiment conditions that had accompanied the late-April market highs, helping set up the opportunity for the bounce since early June. ...Read More

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Best Time to Consider International Exposure in the Midst of the Trade Drama

3 June 2019

Trade tensions will likely continue to contribute to increase volatility and the longer it drags on, the bigger hit to economic growth, consumer/business confidence and the stock market. For those inv...Read More

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Healthy Pullback in U.S. Equities While Trade Deal Uncertainty Looms

20 May 2019

Stocks rebounded from the “near bear market” low in late December, but stalled as new records were set; before pulling back as trade tensions with China ratcheted up. Sentiment had moved further into ...Read More

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A Healthy Near-Term Pullback in U.S. Stocks Could Afford Better Investment Opportunity

6 May 2019

It has been a stunning reversal of fortunes for U.S. stocks. The V-shaped recovery since the near-bear market in last year’s fourth quarter has put the major indexes back to or near record. It has rec...Read More

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U.S. Stocks Resumed Uptrend but Risk of a Pullback Appears Elevated

8 April 2019

U.S. stocks have continued their sporadic move higher, after a short-lived dip associated with the inversion of the yield curve; recovering much of their fourth quarter 2018 losses. Positive macro sup...Read More

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Rising U.S. Recession Concerns

25 March 2019

The market environment can change quickly. Volatility surged (before quickly retreating) over growth concerns in the United States and much of the rest of the world. Pessimism as per the American Asso...Read More

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Is the U.S. Market Overcorrecting the Correction?

11 March 2019

With the stock market’s gains, alongside a deteriorating corporate earnings outlook, the valuation recovery suggests equities are priced for a stream of good news—a deal with China. The recent market ...Read More

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Be Careful What You Wish for in the U.S. Market

25 Feb 2019

U.S. economic growth, while remaining in positive territory, has definitely slowed courtesy of tighter financial conditions last year, weak global growth, the trade-related denting of “animal spirits,...Read More

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Risk Remains and Volatility is Likely to Persist in the U.S. Stocks

11 Feb 2019

There have been some positive developments in the China/U.S. trade dispute but a deal remains elusive; the Federal Reserve has backed off some of the more hawkish rhetoric, but the risk of a monetary ...Read More

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Key Indicators for Investing in U.S. Markets

31 Dec 2018

Given that U.S. market is the world’s largest and most liquid market, it is a good opportunity for investors to diversify their portfolio by investing in the U.S. Rather than focusing too much on indi...Read More

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Market Expects Higher Volatility and More Violent Moves with 2019 Approaching

17 Dec 2018

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently downgraded its view of U.S. economic growth, with a projected 2.9% growth rate in 2018 decelerating to 2.5% in 2019; while the Bloomberg consensus has gr...Read More

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Musings from Asia on the U.S. Market Investment

4 Dec 2018

Since September 20 S&P 500 high, the only three sectors which are up this year are utilities, consumer staples and REITs—clearly a shift away from growth and momentum to value and defensiveness. But t...Read More

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