Fourth quarter earnings season is underway and probably won’t bring much good news. Lackluster global growth, ongoing profit margin pressures from inflation, and negative currency impacts are likely to translate into a year-over-year decline in S&P 500 Index earnings for the quarter.
Market, Stocks, and Bonds Lessons Learned from 2022 | Weekly Market Commentary | January 9, 2023
Here are some of our lessons learned from 2022. As you might imagine, inflation and the Federal Reserve are common themes throughout.
Global Portfolio Strategy | December 7, 2022
The Strategic and Tactical Asset Allocation Committee has upgraded its view of financials from negative to neutral, while the precious metals view goes from negative to positive.
Client Letter | Outlook 2023: Finding Balance | December 6, 2022
LPL Research’s Outlook 2023: Finding Balance provides perspective on what’s been happening and what may lay ahead in the market, economy, and more.
Resilient Consumers Have Not Saved Retail Stocks | Weekly Market Commentary | December 5, 2022
LPL Research shares insights on publicly traded retailers and analyze their underperformance year to date.
Playbook for a Fed Pivot | Weekly Market Commentary | November 21, 2022
LPL Research explores historical equity and fixed income market performance surrounding a Fed pivot.
Inflation and Rising Rates Supported Value in 2022 | Weekly Market Commentary | November 14, 2022
LPL Research looks at what’s driving value’s 2022 outperformance, the technical trading setup for growth and value, and more.
Global Portfolio Strategy | November 8, 2022
The Strategic and Tactical Asset Allocation Committee maintains its overweight equities recommendation relative to bonds.
How Midterm Elections May Move Markets | Weekly Market Commentary | November 7, 2022
With midterms elections coming up, LPL Research looks at why the stock market may respond favorably to the midterm election.
Client Letter | Looking Ahead | November 2, 2022
LPL Research discusses why there may be emerging reasons to believe that the next year may be more constructive than the last.