What Does War Mean for Stocks?
There is never a dull moment in the market, and 2024 is proving to provide no exceptions. A renewed Russian offensive in Ukraine and U.S. strikes against Iranian proxies in Yemen show that the world is a complicated place and that there will always be headlines that cause us to question our approach to investment markets. In this week’s update, we are going to review the current space of geopolitical volatility and what it could mean for your money. We will also dive into some of the cracks we see forming at the top of the market and how we think that may benefit the average stock in 2024.
- We focus on what we believe are sectors with good fundamentals left out of the rally in 2023
- Be careful with the big stocks at the top of the market
- The Middle East situation is quietly getting worse…
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