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Yesterday, we saw the Dow falling into a bear market – a 20% drop from its high –ending the longest bull run in U.S. equities. This week’s volatility was triggered by the global spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), now officially labeled a pandemic and an oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia.
As part of our daily and strategic conversations that we have internally as an investment team, and with our deep network of managers, I wanted to share one such dialog that occurred between John Rowsell (Sendero Partner/Chief Strategist) and Patrick Kenary (Senior Strategist) on the current state of the market.
With widespread coronavirus fears and global growth, volatility returns to the market. Find out more from Sendero’s Vice President of Research and Strategy Amaury de Barros Conti.
The new year brings all kinds of forecasts and predictions, especially a year with a presidential election. We enter this decade in the longest bull market in history. Investors look into a future that likely includes negative interest rates, technological disruptions, and a move from globalization to populism. Politics have always been contentious, but never so much as they are today, and it seems a lot of investors and hedge fund managers are voting with their capital.
What can we expect from the market in the year ahead? Rather than speculate on what a certain presidency might look like, let’s turn to history for guidance.
How can history help investors navigate this election year? Find out more from Sendero’s Vice President of Research and Strategy Amaury de Barros Conti.
After strong returns in 2019, here is what you should expect in 2020. Find out more from Sendero’s Vice President of Research and Strategy, Amaury de Barros Conti.
This report reflects the current opinions of the Sendero Investment committee on various asset classes used or considered for client portfolios versus their strategic allocation. The comments reflect opinions as of the specific date listed above and can change quickly based on market conditions. Tactical Asset Allocation – December 2019
Investors cheer a very good year for stocks. Find out more from Sendero’s Vice President of Research and Strategy, Amaury de Barros Conti.