Both stocks and bonds appreciated sharply in 2019. The key driver was the Federal Reserve’s sharp U-turn towards accommodative monetary policy.
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Whether you realized it or not a big change was made in the final days of 2019 that will affect your retirement savings in 2020 and beyond.
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act of 2019 TITLE I: Expanding and Preserving Retirement Savings Section 101.
The third quarter was a choppy one due to uncertainties with the ongoing trade war, Middle East conflict, the never-ending Brexit negotiations, and a presidential impeachment investigation.
U.S. stocks are up a remarkable 18.5% for the first 6 months of 2019—their best first half since 1997 This has been an unusually long U.
After a terrible 4th quarter, stocks opened 2019 by scoring their best quarter since the financial crisis. The rebound was predominately due to a U-turn in the Fed’s monetary policy and a positive turn in U.