Beyond Bulls & Bears

Why We Think the US Equity Bull Market Could Keep Running into 2019
Equity

Why We Think the US Equity Bull Market Could Keep Running into 2019

Now that the US equity bull market has officially hit the history books as the longest on record, some observers are concerned it could soon stumble. Grant Bowers, vice president and portfolio manager, Franklin Equity Group, outlines why he thinks it could keep running into 2019.

The Market Implications of US Tax Reform a Bit Unclear
Multi-Asset

The Market Implications of US Tax Reform a Bit Unclear

"Some market observers have expressed optimism that US tax reform will prove bullish for stocks—and the economy overall—but the reality is that there will be some winners and losers and we don’t ultimately know what the magnitude of the impact will be.” -Ed Perks, CIO, Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions

2017 US Growth Investing Outlook
Equity

2017 US Growth Investing Outlook

Information technology and health care will likely continue to be areas of focus for us in both 2017 and beyond. Innovation and a changing landscape are creating compelling opportunities for investment, in our view. We see technology spending and investment as being much less discretionary than one might think, giving tech a resiliency factor not typically associated with the sector.

The Fear Factor in US Equities

The Fear Factor in US Equities

A Rally Rooted in Recovery

A Rally Rooted in Recovery