May Market Update – Is Unemployment, the Debt and Liquidity Impacting the Market?
May 18, 2020 - Season 3, Episode 3
Since our last Podcast “COVID-19 and the Fear Cycle of Investing” in March, the market continue to be extremely volatile. What is causing this volatility? Are the unemployment numbers fueling investors’ fears? Is the Debt weighing on the Market? And is the Market still overpriced? Chris Abely and I discuss these and several other topics this month.
Zero Interest Rate Environment: March Madness of a Different Sort
March 25, 2020 - Season 3, Episode 2
Advisory clients have portfolios designed to generate yield and weather storms like the one we are currently in. In this special report, Chris Abely will talk through the markets, risk, volatility and what’s driving the market.
COVID 19 & the Fear Cycle of Investing
March 16, 2020 - Season 3, Episode 1
Covid19, also known as coronavirus, is impacting the economy in ways we haven’t seen before. We are in uncharted territory; the markets are volatile and consumers across the globe are rushing to purchase food and staples to keep them going for 2 weeks if a quarantine occurs. In this special report, Chris Abely of CTMA Wealth Management will recap what has happened in the markets and what’s next for investors.
In our Annual Review we cover:
Where Are U.S. Interest Rates Going and Why?
September 10, 2019 - Season 1, Episode 2
In this episode, Chris Abely talks about the direction of U.S. Interest Rates and how to combat the effects of declining rates.
The US Debt Cycle & Its Impacts on Investors
August 26, 2019 - Season 1, Episode 1
In this segment we will take a closer look at where we are in the business cycle and the impact debt will be having on the economy. We will discuss the longest peace time market expansion cycle since 1852 and how student debt and the deficit needs to be viewed. We will also provide you on some thoughts on where to invest in this volatile market.
2019 has had its ups and downs, please read our commentary and market outlook recap for the first six month of 2019.
As we came out of the year end market slump, January started to look better for investors. Please read our 1st quarter commentary.