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Looking forward the next few months, we are starting to see more positive signs. The data coming out is signaling that the economy has a foothold.
We're hearing two common questions: When will the markets pull out of this stage, and what will the markets and economy look like on the other side.
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Yesterday saw a large sell of on the markets caused by further concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, coupled with Saudi Arabia's decision to begin an oil price war. Here are some positive things to consider..
The Corona Virus outbreak in China is alarming. Rather than attempting to pinpoint the likely extent of the virus, we'll take a look at historical data to establish some reference points for how markets might react.
Economic outlook: though we expect markets to rise, we are also more cautious than at any time in the past decade.
Though indications are that the market will continue to rise, the economy is slowing and it would be prudent as investors to be cautious. There is now a greater chance that a shock, could hasten the drop and push us into recession
The last two weeks have been volatile with concerns about the US / China trade war and yesterday’s news about the 10 yr rate and the tilting yield curve is an early indicator of a potential recession.
Volatility has returned to the market, and despite the recent negative slide, we view this market pullback as a normal correction in this late stage of a bull market.