The 2020 elections have yet to be fully decided, but the race appears to be leaning in the direction of a new president, a GOP Senate, and a Democratic House. In other words, a split government. Until we know the final results our thoughts and opinions on what the outcome means are subject to change. But we have some initial ideas on what these results may mean for the economy and stock market. | Financial Design Studio, Inc.
The stock market has been weak of late and the key question is what’s causing it. We look at the two most likely culprits and what that means for the investment outlook. | Financial Design Studio
MICHELLE SMALENBERGER, CFP® Fasten your seatbelts for bumps ahead! Let’s review some of the main stories driving market activity this week. CORPORATE EARNINGS: Companies have reported strong earnings which have continued to push up stock prices. Large gains from companies like Boeing, Ford, Verizon, and AT&T, among many others have reaffirmed confidence in their stock….