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Global Portfolio Strategy | January 12, 2021

We favor stocks over bonds based on expectations for a strong economic and earnings recovery in 2021.
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Market Policy Projections for 2021 | Weekly Market Commentary | January 11, 2021

LPL Research explores policy changes affecting the stock markets in 2021, including taxes, regulation, and stimulus prospects.
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Client Letter | 2021 Brings a Fresh Start | January 7, 2021

The US economy has made tremendous progress in its recovery and is poised to continue growing despite ongoing impacts from COVID-19.
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10 Economic Lessons from 2020 | Weekly Market Commentary | January 4, 2021

LPL Research reviews 2020, the longest economic expansion and shortest recession on record, massive stimulus, low Treasury yields, and elections.
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A New Economic Start in 2021 | Weekly Market Commentary | December 21, 2020

LPL Research looks at what’s in store for the economy, global GDP, and small businesses in 2021.
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Stocks and Bonds Outlook for 2021 | Weekly Market Commentary | December 14, 2020

LPL Research’s insights and guidance on investing in stocks and bonds in 2021.
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Global Portfolio Strategy | December 9, 2020

2021 forecasts call for gains for stocks and low returns for bonds.
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Outlook 2021 | Powering Forward | December 8, 2020

Power forward with LPL Research’s market insights on 2021 post-election policy, the economy, stocks, and bonds. Read Outlook 2021: Powering Forward.
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A Positive Outlook for 2021 | Weekly Market Commentary | December 7, 2020

Take a look at what we can expect in the stock and bond markets, the economy, and a new post-election policy environment in 2021.
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Client Letter | Outlook for 2021 | December 3, 2020

Looking forward to a new year with insights on 2021 stocks and bonds, the economy, and a post-election policy environment.
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