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Ivan Gruhl, Chief Investment Officer, HK Financial ServicesOverview: Stocks rebounded across the globe last week led by a rally in the U.S., where the S&P 500 had its best gain on Tuesday since January. The S&P
Ivan Gruhl, Chief Investment Officer, HK Financial ServicesOverview: Stock markets declined and bonds rallied last week as global trade tensions persisted amid continued economic growth concerns. Last week the Trump administration announced plans to impose tariffs on
By: Scott Walloch CPA, CFP®, HKFS Financial Planning Consultant
Teach children about money now, or be ready to help
As a parent of three children in a digital and on-demand world, it quickly became apparent to me
Overview: Market sentiment continued to be driven by trade commentary from the U.S. and China. Last week’s sanctions against the China tech company Huawei added an additional layer of complexity to the state of relations between the countries. Stocks
Update 05/13/19 at 8 a.m. CDT: U.S. stock futures are down sharply pre-market Monday morning with the Dow off about 500 points and the S&P 500 index down 2%. Meanwhile, the 10-year Treasury is trading at 2.4
Update 05/06/19 at 7:55 a.m: Yesterday, President Trump threatened to hit China with more tariffs, potentially escalating the trade war between the countries. Markets have responded with a frantic ‘risk-off’ trade that have sent stocks lower globally. U.S.
Investing in a World of Information Overload – The Occam’s Razor Approach
By Ivan Gruhl, Chief Investment Officer, HK Financial Services
Stephen Hawking, the late renowned theoretical physicist and author, writes in A Brief History of Time: "We could still imagine that there is a set of lawsRead More
Market Recap – Week Ending 04/26/19
Overview: Stocks were mixed across the globe last week. The U.S. stock market rallied after a busy week of generally positive earnings, with the S&P 500 up 1.2% for the week. Overseas, international developed stocks were
Overview: Mixed news left stock and bond markets mostly unchanged for the holiday-shortened past week. First quarter earnings had a stronger-than-expected start, and China GDP beat consensus at a 6.4% growth rate. In China, a rise in industrial production
Overview: Global equities rallied late in the week after positive trade and credit data was reported out of China. Financial companies such as JP Morgan and Wells Fargo helped provide an unexpectedly strong start to the first quarter