Part II: How long do we ride the economic rollercoaster before we hit a rebound?
June 14, 2022
There will always be a level of inherent market volatility. In fact, Wall Street has a phrase for it —”prices rise on a wall of worry.” Watch part 2 of our 3-part Economic FAQs series featuring Aprio’s Chief Investment Officer, Simeon Wallis, and Senior Wealth Advisor, Davi Kutner, as they discuss the market’s resilience and unexpected rebound in the face of negative news, including:
- Adjusting retirement portfolios to maintain short- and long-term goals as life longevity rates increase.
- The pace in which inflation declines will make a big impact on how aggressively the Federal Reserve will respond by raising interest rates.
- The war between Ukraine and Russia and the inflationary effects on wheat and energy, which are heavily produced in those regions.
- Expectations heading into mid-terms are predicting a split government which has historically created gridlock and more predictable markets.
- The zero-COVID policy has plummeted China’s economic activity.
If you missed Part 1 of our series, click here.
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About the Author
Simeon is the Chief Investment Officer of Aprio Wealth Management and the Director of Aprio Family Office. Simeon brings two decades of professional investing experience in publicly traded and privately held companies, as well as senior-level operating and strategy consulting experiences.