RGWM Market Thoughts – August 14, 2019

This morning marked what many television market pundits have noted as an ominous milestone: the inversion of the yield curve (this one focused on the difference in 10-year and 2-year U.S. Treasury yields) for the first time since 2006.  Obviously, any data point characterized as being similar to the last recession produces natural feelings of doom and gloom.  As one

RGWM Market Thoughts – August 5, 2019

With the start of Monday comes an extension of what was quite the eventful week for markets.  China’s announcement that it will be devaluing its currency comes after what was one of the busier weeks of the quarter for corporate earnings, important economic data releases, the highly anticipated rate cut from the Federal Reserve, and of course several influential tweets

RGWM Market Thoughts & Portfolio Update – June 17, 2019

The last two weeks have seen some significant developments to global equity markets.  Fed Chairman Jerome Powell suggested the central bank was prepared to act to sustain the economy if the trade war weakened the growth outlook.  A Friday evening Tweet from President Trump indicated that a deal with Mexico had been reached that would indefinitely suspend potential tariffs from

RGWM Market Thoughts – May 31, 2019

The month of May saw a stark reversal of the upward trend in the markets we have seen year to date.  While the market remains up over 10% YTD, the S&P 500 is 6% lower than the all-time high reached in April. In our previous newsletter we outlined the incentives in place that made the reaching of a trade agreement

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