Portfolio Manager Jack Janasiewicz discusses equity market performance, opportunities and risks.
- Since its lows in late March, there have been three periods where the S&P 500® sold off more than 7%, and each time the market recovered and pushed to higher levels.
- Sentiment indicators have improved, but are far from euphoric, and show a mix of bullish and bearish tilts.
- Unprecedented fiscal and monetary response, in the US and globally, has supported market levels so far.
- Our base case remains that reopening will continue in the US, but it will be choppy and uneven.
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Performance data discussed represents past performance and is no guarantee of, and not necessarily indicative of, future results.
S&P 500® Index is a widely recognized measure of U.S. stock market performance. It is an unmanaged index of 500 common stocks chosen for market size, liquidity, and industry group representation, among other factors. It also measures the performance of the large cap segment of the US equities market.
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