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Few market topics are currently as contentious as the U.S. stock market outlook.
The S&P 500’s performance during the last few years has been strong, but what has underpinned that strength? Was it improving business fundamentals or higher valuations?
Are the U.S. and other global economies strong enough to stand on their own footing without so much monetary stimulus? That is the question we at Segal Marco Advisors have on our minds after the mid-year mark of 2017.
Since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), central banks around the world have used a variety of monetary policy tools to bring down interest rates and stimulate economies. But even 10 years post-crisis, many developed countries still have government bond yields that are historically low.