FEATURING Jeff DeMaso, Charlie Toole and Steve Johnson
An end to election uncertainty and encouraging COVID-19 vaccine news sent A financial instrument giving the holder a proportion of the ownership and earnings of a company. surging. But typically, it’s not news, but corporate earnings results that drive the A financial instrument giving the holder a proportion of the ownership and earnings of a company. market. How are these recent blockbuster events likely to impact bottom lines and outlooks as companies grapple with renewed coronavirus challenges?
Join Director of Research Jeff DeMaso and A cash payment to investors who own stock in the company. Income Portfolio Managers Charlie Toole and Steve Johnson as they answer the following questions:
- It is time to be bullish?
- What slumping sectors will offer opportunities?
- Can tech stocks maintain their recent market leadership?
- How will a new administration’s policies affect the A financial instrument representing an IOU from the borrower to the lender. Bond issuers promise to pay bond holders a given amount of interest for a pre-determined amount of time until the loan is repaid in full (otherwise known as the maturity date). Bonds can have a fixed or floating interest rate. Fixed-rate bonds pay out a pre-determined amount of interest each year, while floating-rate bonds can pay higher or lower interest each year depending on prevailing market interest rates. market?
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