Stableford Market Commentary: August 2021

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As the summer closes, there are two news items that are expected to impact the markets. The first is the message from the federal government that they intend to taper its bond purchases. The second is the negative Michigan Consumer Sentiment survey about consumer confidence. Learn how each will likely affect the market to prepare for the coming changes.

Stableford Market Commentary: June 2021

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June 2021 is ending the month on an unconvincing run as breadth diminished, even as the overall index increased. This narrowing participation strikes us as a sign of risk, as investors remain unconvinced about future strength and where rates will go. As a result, equities remain in equity-rotation limbo. Review Stableford Capital’s June Market Commentary to inform your decisions.

Stableford Market Commentary: April 2021

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A slow-down in recent growth is inevitable. US economists predict equities will peak during the second quarter of 2021. How can you leverage a shifting market? In the Stableford Market Commentary: 2021 learn what’s being worth selling, and why, how equities are projected to perform for the remainder of 2021, and the prediction for 10-year Treasury Bond rates.

Stableford Market Commentary: March 2021

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Inflation is a concern to today’s investors. We can’t blame them – there’s hasn’t been a huge inflationary spike in 30 years.
How do recent market performance and anticipation of inflation impact equities?
In the Stableford Market Commentary: March 2021, Justin Thomas offers a research-backed view of the market, along with the balance between inflation and equities.

Fedcoin Is Not Bitcoin: The Fed’s Plans for Digital Currency

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Creating a digital currency is on the minds of financial professionals inside the Federal Reserve Bank and out. Making a digital option that permits cash-like exchanges and direct deposits from the government seems like an inevitable good for U.S. citizens. But what kind of control does it offer the government, and does it come with the same level of security as other digital currencies like cryptocurrencies?

Stableford Market Commentary: February 2021

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After reaching all-time highs in mid-February, equity markets have started to decline and become highly volatile. What is driving this? Stableford market commentary February 2021 review includes an overview & analysis of recent economic data, market happenings, and indicators. Read more here.

Stableford Market Commentary: January 2021

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Is the slight dip in Equity markets, over-inflated housing market, and irrational investor actions ominous signs that there’s a bubble and other disasters to come? The Stableford Market Commentary, January 2021 explains their approach in uncertain markets and why they don’t ascribe to a particular view and avoid being too bearish or bullish. Read more here.

Stableford Market Commentary: December 2020

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Find out how the Stableford approach to 2020’s fourth quarter fared compared to market outcomes. Positioning targeted less volatility and risk than the overall market, and we participated in the upside with bets on small caps, cyclicals, and value. But we also maintained our aversion to downside risk. The Market Commentary shares news on fixed income and markets.

Stableford Market Commentary: November 2020

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It was a November to Remember! If someone told you in March that the S&P 500 would be hitting all-time highs in late 2020 while Covid-19 cases surged and offices and restaurants remained vacant, how would you have responded? Well, here we are. The S&P 500 increased 10.8% in November, an enormous move after 2 consecutive negative months. Stepping back, it makes sense: Equity markets are forward-looking. So, where do we go from here? Read more here.

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