The Fed Could Roll Out De Facto Fiscal Policy Under Section 13(3)

The Fed Could Roll Out De Facto Fiscal Policy Under Section 13(3)

by Eric Winograd
Conventional wisdom says the Fed is pretty much out of tools to support markets and an economy derailed by the coronavirus. But if things don’t stabilize soon or if the fiscal response is too slow, we expect the Fed to take on broad fiscal-like authority to funnel liquidity into struggling businesses and households.

Coronavirus, Economics, Equities, Fixed Income, Volatility


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Finding Valuable Opportunities in US Value Equities

Finding Valuable Opportunities in US Value Equities

by James MacGregor
The opportunity in value stocks is significant, with the spread between value and growth stocks as wide as it has been in almost 20 years. Companies that have quality metrics and an underlying investment catalyst will have the strength to deal with an uncertain economic climate, regardless of what any investor’s market expectations are for 2020 and 2021.

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