Market Commentary for the week of 3/13/23Submitted by Oram & Kaylor on March 14th, 2023
Historically speaking January usually sets the annual tone for the markets and so far that 'tone' has been a positive one. Markets will continue to digest many factors such as inflation, interest rates and global conflict so we are expecting continued volatility at least in the near term. The current market conditions make it hard for those of
Much has been written about market downturns and how to handle them. A constant theme in these commentaries is that the markets must capitulate before we see a rebound, but we think that philosophy is relatively one-sided. We believe investors also need to experience emotional capitulation.
As with past updates the markets continue to seek capitulation. The conflict in the Ukraine, rising interest rates and the Fed's actions in relation to inflation are all factors that continue this current rollercoaster. We continue to advise clients to keep a long-term perspective in relation to their current investment portfolio. For those with m
The markets are continuing to digest all the events unfolding in the Ukraine. It is important now more than ever to keep a long-term perspective as it relates to your investments and investment decisions. While it may seem that 'doing something' would be a good course of action it generally is more prudent to 'do nothing'.&