Wait… We’re in a Recession?

Recessions are typically defined as two quarters of negative GDP growth.  Currently, the US is experiencing anemic GDP growth, but it has not been negative, as would be indicative of a typical recession. (Thank God for higher Healthcare costs to help stimulate the GDP...

Embrace the routine

The start of 2016 has been anything but routine! While volatility will remain with us for the foreseeable future, increasing market risks, we continue to see as the most likely scenario that the economy will avert a recession.