Complacency in investing rarely ends well. As strong as the last 12 months have been, it is important not to extrapolate and assume that such a trend will continue. In the cartoon below, that is clearly the “plan”.
Relative calm and near complacency dominated markets during the 2nd quarter. There was no shortage of drama geopolitically, but both stock and bond markets continued to yawn and move higher. There were also no big revelations economically, altho
In our new format each quarter, we will take a little deeper dive into a topic that is timely and interesting. We’re certainly open to suggestions on topics that you’d like to understand better or hear more about
The big picture for Smith & Howard Wealth Management is always going to be framed by valuations. As long-term investors, we recognize that as interesting as it is to speculate and debate about near term events and breaking news, investment re
The following piece was actually penned prior to the recent US elections, but given the surprising result and volatile, yet positive market reaction, we thought it was worth pointing out how the article may help us understand the post-election mar