- Market/Industry Insights
Brinker Capital’s Global Investment Strategist, Tim Holland, provides perspective around recent market volatility, what triggered it and what impact it’s having on our thinking and portfolio positioning.
Despite the pick-up in volatility at the end of January, risk assets continued their upward ascent throughout the month. Read the Brinker Capital outlook on what's ahead.
One day removed from Monday’s big losses in the stock market, recent equity weakness still looks like a valuation-based market correction rather than the beginning of a bear market.
As market gyrations continue around the world, Bob Doll and Brian Nick take a step back to offer their perspective on what's behind the fall, how long it might continue and how investors can consider responding.
After an exceptionally strong year in markets, volatility has struck back in recent days. Many Russell clients are asking if this is the start of a bear market.
Staying the course during market volatility is often difficult for many investors. Some choose to move to cash investments, while others try to time the market. Unfortunately, these investors are often buying high and selling low—and miss the rallies that follow the challenging periods.
The equity market lost more than 8% in a few weeks’ time. This decline to the S&P 500 Composite Index, which began in late January, is the first of its kind since 2016. This volatility comes as investors come to terms with a new economic and investment environment of higher interest rates and rising inflation.
On Tuesday 6 February 2018, BlackRock experts shared their views on the implications of the slide in equity markets and spike in volatility. Register now to listen to the replay of the call.