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CONTENT WITH Market Commentary
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Last week ended with the S&P 500 having its worse week since March; amid surging virus cases and election uncertainty. Is the worst over?
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The S&P 500 posted the worst week since March, losing 5.6% over five trading sessions.
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Different ETF structures have different tax implications. Be informed and avoid unpleasant surprises come tax time.
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Investor sentiment is telling a mixed story about the market’s ascent since the March low; begging the question, will the skeptics converge with the optimists?
Domestic political drama—including the president’s bout with COVID—has far-reaching implications, potentially reverberating beyond our borders.
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The potential economic and market impacts a “Blue Wave” for the U.S. election could have on five key areas: taxes, labor, the environment, oil and trade.
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With investors already on edge regarding election uncertainty, an “October surprise” arrives yet again. Can history provide some guidance on how elections impact markets?
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With Congress unlikely to pass any further stimulus this year, what can investors expect from the Fed?
With unemployment still high, businesses struggling, and concerns about a COVID-19 winter wave on the rise, the Federal Reserve adjusted its approach to interest rates and inflation. What does it mean for the economy and investors?
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What does a “correction” mean, what’s likely to happen next and what can investors do now?
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