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When the Great Rotation Makes Its Arrival, Will COVID-19 Have Been the Cause?

Anticipating a shift of bond holdings into stocks, Marketwatch, in November of last year, began talking about a 2020 “Great Rotation.” Now, a half year later, Bank of America agrees with that prognosis: “The stars have aligned for more stock gains,” with equities being the most attractively valued in decades as compared to bonds. Advisors will find that, for investors, the coming great rotation will be all about investment yield, observes Sheaff Brock Managing Director Dave Gilreath. Simply put, the [...]

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Market Effects from the Midterm Elections | Sheaff Brock Institutional Group

The Perhaps Counter-Intuitive Market Effects of Midterm Elections

If the media firestorms that surrounded the 2018 upcoming midterm elections caused your phone lines to burn up with client inquiries and dire imaginings, you can in good conscience follow the old family doctor “take-two-aspirin-and-call-me-in-the-morning” approach, recommending they look at historical performance data for this very season: “A quick look at historical performance shows that stocks often see rough sledding in the September and October of years that feature midterm elections,” MarketWatch comments, adding that “it isn’t clear that [...]

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Midterm Elections and Impact on the Market | Sheaff Brock Perspectives

Midterm Elections — Before and After

Advisors are busy these days answering client concerns as investors eye the upcoming midterm elections with caution, considering factors that might negatively affect stock prices. In fact, Sheaff Brock Managing Director Dave Gilreath pointed out in a recent Knowledge Builder presentation, midterm elections have been inflection points for equity markets in the past, regardless of which party won or lost! True, Gilreath admits, there has always been a correction during a midterm year, but the interesting thing is that the [...]