Biweekly International Market Observations (1/21/21)
The fourth quarter of 2020 turned into one of the best in recent memory for stocks. However, the investing environment in the U.S. is showing similar signs of our previous two bubbles with massive liquidity provided by monetary and fiscal stimulus. What does this mean for the outlook for 2021 and the international markets? Andrew Manton, Portfolio Manager at Shelton Capital Management, examines what’s next for the global economy in his quick take below.
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