2022: Unprecedented in Modern Market History
For only the third year since 1926, both US stocks and bonds lost money (the other two occurrences were … 1931 and 1969. The 60/40 portfolio simply didn’t work. While this might not be new news, we believe it is important when piecing together a plan of attack into the new year. We’ve become accustomed to risk free yields moving DOWN when risk premiums move however this year, they’ve both moved UP in tandem. While inflation might have peaked, the level it settles down to will be important in considering how asset classes correlate (stock/ bond relationship) into the future. Past performance might not be indicative of future performance.
Source: Bianco. As of 12/31/22.
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