Asset Allocation Reports

Asset Allocation Weekly (February 26, 2021)

by Asset Allocation Committee | PDF The steady rise in the 10-year T-note has started to raise concerns about the impact of higher yields.  This week’s report will examine what impact the steady rise in yields may have on the economy and markets.  Essentially, the issue at hand is if, how, or when the FOMC… Read More »

Asset Allocation Weekly (February 19, 2021)

by Asset Allocation Committee | PDF A poor jobs report for January cast doubt about the strength of the recovery. There was only a 49K rise in non-farm payrolls, well below expectations of 105K. Making matters worse, the previous month’s jobs report was revised downward from a loss of 140K to a loss of 225K.… Read More »

Asset Allocation Weekly (February 12, 2021)

by Asset Allocation Committee | PDF Jan Tinbergen was a Dutch economist, the first to win the Nobel Prize for economics[1] for his work on applied dynamic models of economic processes.  Perhaps his most important contribution to economic policy is the penning of the Tinbergen Rule, which states that policymakers need an equal number of… Read More »

Asset Allocation Weekly (February 5, 2021)

by Asset Allocation Committee | PDF The residential real estate market has made a strong recovery over the past year.  Virtually all areas of housing, including home prices, starts, and ownership are showing signs of strength.  Let’s start with prices. Home prices have been very strong recently.  This chart shows single-family existing home sales.  Over… Read More »

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