Well, as a CFP professional and an investment advisor, I should’ve known that correlation does not always equal causation. When it came to the Jets, my streak of appearing on the MAM Podcast had resulted in 5 wins so far this year. However, that streak came to an end yesterday. Time for a new streak?
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- The stock market is on track for one of the worst annual returns since the Great Financial Crisis. However, outside of the market, it doesn’t really feel that way. Michael shares three things protecting consumers from feeling the pain of a down market.
- Both stocks and bonds are down for the year in 2022. That doesn’t happen too often. So which one is more attractive moving forward? Ben takes a look at both sides of this discussion in this post.
- Over the last few years, massive technology companies have been leading the way for the market. However, those names have also gotten slammed in 2022. Michael writes about the Dow companies that have been doing better than those tech names.
- In this week’s podcast, the guys discuss the most recent examples of the stock market looking ahead of the economy. Tim, Tom, Brendan and Casey discuss how the stock market performs relative to GDP, the unemployment rate and earnings. They also debate whether or not the market is “valued” appropriately in comparison to past drawdowns.