Market Thoughts for January 2019 [Video]

Posted by Brad McMillan, CFA, CAIA, MAI

This entry was posted on Jan 2, 2019 10:32:01 AM

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December was another bad month in a string of bad months, with U.S. markets down about 10 percent and international markets faring only a bit better, down 5 percent to 6 percent. A combination of bad news, from a government shutdown, to the ongoing trade war, to the Fed's decision to raise rates, was enough to shake investor confidence just in time for the holidays. Still, the fundamentals continue to look strong. Has the damage been done? Stay tuned to my Market Thoughts video to find out.

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