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How Fed Rate Increases Impact Investors
By Steve Economopoulos, CFP, ChFC, CMT
One of the main factors impacting the current market, an omnipotent issue, is the role of the Federal Reserve Bank (the Fed) and how it influences the movement of the stock market. There is a relationship between what the Fed does to the discount rate, and how it impacts bond prices and borrowing costs for borrowers. This will affect the overall market – equities, bonds, currency and more – and cause implications for the future direction of portfolio values.
Borrowing at higher rates hurts home buying and purchases that require loans. This could have an impact on the growth of the economy as less may be borrowed by investors. How will these increases impact those who have invested in stocks and bonds? (For more, read: How Interest Rates Affect The U.S. Markets.)
Use ‘relative strength’ to your portfolio’s advantage
Steve Economopoulos, chief investment strategist and managing partner, Econ Wealth Management
“Relative strength” represents measuring the performance of one security’s price performance to another.
Many investors believe a lower-priced security or the one that has performed the worst over a given time will be the one to buy.
Creating a process to perform relative strength analysis can help show an investor which areas of the economy are performing, and which are not good places to invest.
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