We continue to favor stocks relative to bonds with upgraded expectations as economic strength continues to surprise.
The resiliency of the US economy continues to exceed expectations, supporting our increased forecast for growth and corporate profits in 2021.
The US economy continues to make steady progress in its recovery despite any short-term volatility.
US debt levels have soared during the pandemic, but the market is taking it in stride, staying focused on reopening the economy.
Small cap stocks have outperformed large cap stocks, suggesting the early stages of new economic cycle.
Q4 2020 earnings season may be the last in this earnings recession, and earnings may start to grow in 2021.
We favor stocks over bonds based on expectations for a strong economic and earnings recovery in 2021.
LPL Research explores policy changes affecting the stock markets in 2021, including taxes, regulation, and stimulus prospects.
The US economy has made tremendous progress in its recovery and is poised to continue growing despite ongoing impacts from COVID-19.
LPL Research reviews 2020, the longest economic expansion and shortest recession on record, massive stimulus, low Treasury yields, and elections.