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Marshall Wealth IQ is aimed at sharing insightful financial market and economic data in easy to visualize charts with brief analyses. This commentary isn’t designed as a call to investment action, but rather as a source to help you feel better informed about current events in today’s market and the underlying trends impacting current wealth.
Mid-March is well known for the beginning of the NCAA Men’s & Women’s college basketball tournament, colloquially referred to as ‘March Madness.’ However, for financial markets, March news flow has been a mess-particularly in the banking sector.
While recent global central bank intervention has helped restore market calm in recent days, it has created questions about the Federal Reserve’s interest rate path going forward.
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It’s impossible for anyone to know with certainty what will happen today, tomorrow, or even a minute from now. Investment involves risk and volatility; it’s why long-term investors have historically been rewarded with excess returns relative to cash. Our investment department monitors market data and works with our wealth advisory teams to right-size portfolios should something change relative to long-term trends. In the meantime, we’ll continue to share financial and economic data we believe is insightful and relevant to your wealth to help you feel informed.
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