Dividend-paying equities are a cornerstone for many investors. Like many things, 2020 has proven difficult for this segment of the market as returns have been concentrated in other areas and dividend payments have come under pressure.
Despite all the headwinds facing global markets in 2020, the U.S. Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) market is thriving.
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Bond yields are close to all-time lows across the yield curve, current inflation rates appear not to be an issue, and the Fed has stated they will not raise rates until 2023.
While the equity markets hover at – or are making new – all-time highs, the other three stool legs of investments get only marginal attention.
The U.S. economy may still be partially shutdown, but the headline spigot is still wide open with a plethora of issues dominating the media including COVID-19, equality, trade tensions and the upcoming presidential election (just 50 days away).
Renewable energy infrastructure, especially wind and solar, has experienced a dramatic decline in cost and is now competitive with fossil fuels without the need for subsidies.
The market outlook for 2020 is constantly in question with the combination of a COVID-19 induced recession and the 2020 election circuit coming to a head in November. Listen to AAM's CEO, Scott Colyer, as he mulls over his outlook for the election and how it will affect your portfolios and the interest rate.
“Lower for longer” has been Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) mantra since they stepped into the market during the final weeks of March.
Six grueling months into this battle against COVID-19, states and municipalities across the country know that even if they manage to successfully suppress the spread of the virus by year end, the fight will still be far from over.
In this digital age of streaming news amid a plethora of harrowing headline events, it may be advantageous to seek an analog perspective through the lens of technical analysis.