2021 has been a very strong year for both stocks and the economy, but that doesn’t mean there haven’t been some surprises.
Weekly Market Commentary
The U.S. economy has surprised nearly everyone to the upside as it speeds along thanks to vaccinations, reopening, and record stimulus.
After a remarkable performance during first-quarter earnings season, delivering an encore that will please investors will be tough.
LPL Research explores three things that worry us—and could make the market more susceptible to a pullback as we enter the second half of 2021.
Inflation seems to be on the rise, but LPL Research believes there are good reasons to think it will be transitory.
Sustainable investing is becoming more mainstream in fixed income markets and companies that recognize that changing dynamic…
Fiscal stimulus, which was central to the market rebound in the last year, may start moving to the sidelines over the rest of 2021 and into 2022 as the recovery continues.
Long-term interest rates have traded sideways recently, but LPL Research argues that high-quality bonds can play a pivotal role in mitigating equity risk.
As this bull market gets a little older, the pace of stock market gains will likely slow, but a strong economic recovery lies ahead as the reopening continues.
LPL Research explains why inflation is making headlines and why investors should not be overly concerned.