(Bloomberg) - Investors bracing for a recession jolt accelerated their retreat from stocks after the Federal Reserve warned it won’t be easily deterred in its fight against inflation, Bank
Putin’s war in Ukraine and the global energy crisis have dramatically altered that playbook when it comes to investing in big name tech companies.
Fidelity: Investors should review their portfolio and its asset allocation and consider tactical adjustments. Economy has moved into late phase cycle.
Meme stocks are gambling vehicles more than anything else, though the speculative bets can still be a small part of younger investors’ portfolios.
Many traditional rules of thumb, including the 60%/40% stock-to-bond portfolio, are becoming somewhat obsolete.
Attracted to cheaper alternatives, a cohort of Wall Street investors are increasingly eschewing the most liquid products on the planet.
Global oil markets face a high risk of a supply squeeze this year as demand remains resilient and spare production capacity dwindles.