The Fed remains active, raising interest rates again in March following the December hike. As investors look to align the Fed’s rather dovish comments with a humming economy, it appears that, provided the Fed follows its expected path of three total interest rate hikes in 2017, investors are willing to accept higher rates. Equity market investors have experienced low volatility thus far in 2017, although market leadership has shifted somewhat. This shift perhaps reflects an acknowledgment that a foundation of strengthening global economic conditions deserves greater attention than U.S. fiscal stimulus.Read Post
The Boston Private investment team share their insights on the macroeconomic and market outlook for Q2 2017.Read Post
“Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise.” In 1739, “Poor Richard” published this simple axiom in his annual Almanac to remind readers about the vital role that good health habits played in building wealth. In the two centuries since then, a host of research studies have confirmed what “Richard” and the rest of us have suspected...Read Post
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