Sectors making a splash this summer

Summer is an interesting season for the stock market because we often see individuals putting their portfolio on the back-burner, opting to instead dedicate their focus on vacation, or spending time with family and friends. When it comes to the market, the number of participants determines how accurate prices are.…

The stock market sees its shadow

Commentators often call a decline in stock prices after a sustained rise a “correction,” as if the previous rise was somehow an error. Normally, we refrain from such nomenclature, because no one knows what drives share prices in the short run. But in the case of recent declines in U.S.…

The two-year has broken through to the other side

Have we finally begun seeing the normalization of interest rates in U.S. Treasuries? Although we’ve seen sudden rises in interest rates before, we haven’t seen a precipitous rise like we’ve seen in the last month. Although we often focus on the ten-year Treasury as the barometer of interest rates, the two-year Treasury is our focus at this point.…