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What Technology's Correction Means | Weekly Market Commentary | September 28, 2020

Despite September weakness in the technology sector that has dragged the broader market lower, we expect leadership to continue given supportive underlying fundamental and technical conditions.
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Central Bank Season | Weekly Market Commentary | September 21, 2020

Central bank policies remain focused on economic recovery, with an eye on COVID-19 developments.
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The Bull Case for Stocks | Weekly Market Commentary | September 14, 2020

Stocks have been on a wild ride in September so far. Where will they go from there?
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Global Portfolio Strategy | September 11, 2020

Stocks continued their positive momentum with strong gains in August before volatility returned in early September.
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Top 10 Investor Questions | Weekly Market Commentary | September 8, 2020

Top 10 questions investors are asking LPL Research, and the answers.
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Client Letter | Back to School in a New Way | September 3, 2020

Going back to school signals changes for everyone, including COVID-19 preparedness, an election, and impressive S&P 500 performance.
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A Trump Second Term: Upside and Risks | Weekly Market Commentary | August 31, 2020

We continue to believe the election remains a coin toss.
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Election Preview Part I: A Biden Presidency | Weekly Market Commentary | August 24, 2020

A Biden presidency may mean a shift from some pro-growth policies of the Trump administration, but it’s possible any negative market impact may be muted.
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5 Earnings Season Takeaways| Weekly Market Commentary | August 17, 2020

Corporate America delivered on expectations during a second quarter earnings season that some are calling the biggest upside surprise ever.
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Global Portfolio Strategy | August 11, 2020

Stocks continued to rally in July despite elevated COVID-19 cases in many US states and globally.
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