April 25, 2022

Thoughts on the Market

The equity market has faced bouts of volatility since the year

began, and the sell-off over the last several days has brought

the S&P 500 back into correction territory (down ~10%

from the January 3 record high). For US investors, it may be

difficult to understand why equities have struggled given

the resiliency of the US economy (e.g., Leading Economic

Indicators index at a peak level, strong job creation,

unprecedented savings) and with 1Q22 earnings season

off to a strong start. However, given the integration and

globalization of world economies and markets, investors

cannot ignore what is going on beyond our borders—

because that is what is having an overriding impact on our

markets. Below we discuss how international dynamics are

weighing on our markets.

Larry Adam, CFA, CIMA®, CFP®, Chief Investment Officer

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