By: Wade Austin
Although fans of Tobacco Road teams were disappointed with this year’s results, the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball tournament once again delivered March Madness, spiced with tense moments and numerous upsets.
Investor optimism returned to global equity and bond markets in January after both asset classes suffered their worst returns in over a decade last year.
2022 was a dismal year for markets and one most investors would love to forget.
By: Justin Louis
Looking ahead to a new year often reminds us of how our lives evolve and of the opportunities we have to refine our plans for the future.
On the heels of one of the worst Septembers on record, U.S.
By: Dawson Fielding
The Biden administration announced in August that it planned to forgive student and parent federal loans.
A growing consensus of investors felt equities’ June lows were behind us after the S&P 500 cut its YTD losses in half by mid-August.
The summer rally (that began mid-June, gained impressive momentum in July, and broadened during early August) lifted asset prices across the board.
After flirting with bear market territory in mid-May, equity markets rebounded off their lows through early June on emerging signs that inflation had finally peaked by April.