Sightline Conversations: The Return of Volatility
As a relatively quiet summer comes to a close, autumn is bringing with it the return of market volatility. In their latest conversation, Sightline’s Paul de Sousa and Warren Gerow discuss how volatility fits into the overall economic recovery and explain why it will likely continue as we head into the upcoming U.S. presidential election. Specifically, de Sousa and Gerow discuss:
- Recently released jobless claims and economic data
- Last week’s market pullback and correction
- Potential effects the U.S. election may have on the market
- What the post-pandemic economy recovery may actually look like and why
- Chances of another stimulus package, when it may be passed and what could happen if there isn’t one
- Why there’s a mixture of inflation, stagflation and deflation
- The importance of remaining cautious in the current market environment
Warren Gerow is an independent investment wealth consultant to Sightline Wealth Management.
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