“We’ve seen a few more “growthy” names with seemingly great earnings reports have not been treated favorably by the market.”

by | Apr 22, 2021 | Market Notes, Media Notes

JD wrote a piece for Think Advisor on how changes in rates can affect equity allocations just as much as they do bond allocations. See the full piece here:

How Interest Rates Affect Growth vs. Value Stocks


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