Will Stocks Collapse in 2024?
In this week’s market review, we are going to look at how the year ended and what opportunities and risks we see playing out in 2024. As part of this review, we will look at trading conditions after nine weeks for stocks, the possibility of the Federal Reserve pivoting on rate policy, along some of the dominant trends we think may be persistent throughout the business cycle in 2024.
- Stay focused on cheap businesses with good cash flows
- Fed pivot sets up cyclical acceleration
- Ironically enough, lower policy rates may drive up long-term rates – Curve steepening
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