BDM Financial Advisors

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Market Update: Mon, Dec 10, 2018 | LPL Financial Research Stocks sliding again as bottoming process continues; ADP employment data misses, but labor market remains healthy; Global manufacturing divergence widens; EM resilience

[11/22/18]   Wishing all our clients and friends a Happy Thanksgiving!!

Let’s Talk Volatility | Macro Market Movers Blog | LPL Financial Research After the least volatile third quarter for the S&P 500 Index since 1963, volatility has come back in a big way over the past six weeks. One of the big themes from Outlook 2018: Return of the Business Cycle was … Continue reading →

Is Gridlock Good for the Markets? | Macro Market Movers Blog | LPL Financial Research This question is being asked a lot following last week’s midterm election results, in which the Republicans held onto the Senate and the Democrats claimed control of the House. In one sense, these results may not matter for U.S. stocks. … Continue reading →

Investment Takeaways from a Gridlocked Congress | LPL Financial Research The midterm election is now behind us, so we’ve highlighted our thoughts below on what Congress’ flip could mean for different asset classes, including specific sectors that stand to win or lose from policy developments. Stocks U.S. stocks staged a … Continue reading →

Credit’s Signals in Last Week’s Sell-Off | LPL Financial Research Last week’s sharp equity sell-off broke months of historic calm for U.S. stocks. As investors clamor for answers, we’ve provided our biggest takeaways from the bond markets response to the volatility. Domestic credit markets were resilient, even as global equities fell the … Continue reading ....

10-Year Treasury Yield’s Strength May Be Limited | LPL Financial Research Longer-term yields have recently shown a feat of strength not seen in more than seven years. As shown in the LPL Chart of the Day, the 10-year Treasury yield has closed at or above 3% for 10 consecutive trading days, … Continue reading →

Should We Fear October? | LPL Financial Research Here it comes, the scary month of October. Many investors have bad memories of this month, mainly because it has had some spectacular crashes. In particular, 1929, 1987, and 2008 are a few of the years that saw October scar … Continue reading →

Trade Spat Unlikely to Fuel China’s Treasury Sales | LPL Financial Research China has started unloading Treasuries, signaling that they could use their $1.2 trillion in U.S. government debt as a potential bargaining chip in trade negotiations. As shown in the LPL Chart of the Day, China’s Treasury holdings declined to a … Continue reading →

Midterm Elections and Stocks: Friends or Foes? | LPL Financial Research 2018 continues to be a solid year for U.S. equities, even in the face of many well-documented concerns (we’re looking at trade worries and the flattening yield curve here). Want some good news? The calendar may quickly become a bull’s … Continue reading →

Pricing and Wage Pressures Manageable Compared to Historical Inflation | Macro Market Movers Blog | LPL Financial Research Recent economic reports have been scrutinized for clues on inflation, especially after the August jobs report pointed to the fastest wage growth of the economic cycle. However, current inflationary pressures aren’t as threatening when compared to historical standards. As shown … Continue reading...

Market Update: Tuesday, September 4, 2018 | LPL Financial Research Daily Insights Emerging market debt woes continue. After a difficult August, the headwinds may continue for emerging market debt (EMD) in the short term. South Africa’s currency weakened after data showed their economy fell into a recession for the first … Continue reading →

Is Turkey a Reason to Sell EM? Emerging market (EM) equities have experienced significant selling pressure this month amid the U.S. and China’s ongoing trade dispute and the crisis in Turkey, which has sparked contagion fears an…

The Fed’s Policy Conundrum The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announced last Wednesday that it would keep interest rates unchanged, a decision that markets largely expected. However, the FOMC upgraded its view of the e…

What Happened to Sell in May? The S&P 500 Index is up approximately 8% since May when we were bombarded with warnings to “Sell in May and Go Away.” Remember, the worst six months of the year historically have taken place fr…

Initial Reaction to Second-Quarter GDP Real gross domestic product (GDP) grew 4.1% in the second quarter, slightly below consensus expectations for 4.2% growth. However, as our LPL Chart of the Day shows, the print was one of the highes…

Energy, Financials, and Technology Lead Robust Second Quarter Earnings Another quarter of stellar earnings growth is likely on tap. Consensus estimates are calling for a 21% year-over-year increase in S&P 500 Index earnings, setting up a second straight quarter of…

What Does an Inverted Yield Curve Mean? Part Deux Last week, we took a closer look at the yield curve to show why an inverted yield curve didn’t necessarily mean a recession was right around the corner and why years of economic growth and stock ma…

Second Quarter Earnings Preview: Another 20%-plus? Second-quarter earnings season kicks off this week, and S&P 500 companies are expected to report an eighth consecutive increase in quarterly profits. Consensus estimates are calling for a 21% y…

Market Update: Monday, July 16, 2018 Daily Insights Retail sales gain in June. Retail sales grew for a fifth straight month, rising 0.5% in June to match consensus expectations. Initial figures for May reported last month were revised…

Midyear Outlook 2018 Is Here! In a World of Rising Volatility, Will Opportunities Emerge?

What Does an Inverted Yield Curve Mean? As the yield curve continues to flatten, investors remain worried about the potential implications for the economy and markets. Why? Inverted yield curves have a perfect history of predicting econo…

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