LPL Research discusses what investors should expect with the new bear market.
The bull market that began in March of 2020 came dangerously close to an end. From March 23, 2020 through January 3, 2022, the S&P 500 Index gained 114% (excluding dividends).
LPL Research explains why they remain optimistic that more sunshine could be coming.
The current investing climate is quite challenging, but LPL Research explains why history suggests patience will be rewarded.
LPL Research explains why this market may have a bit more left in the tank.
As difficult as geopolitical events may be, LPL Financial explains how these periods usually end up representing good buying opportunities.
Though stocks and geopolitical worries have made 2022 get off to a rocky start, LPL Research shares why there may still be some positive news.
The path back to normal has been bumpier than anticipated, but the U.S. economy continues to show some strong momentum.
Although the past year and a half has tested us all, there are still many reasons to be thankful.
Change is disruptive but it also brings opportunities for the next leg higher for this bull market.