Shelton CIO Derek Izuel, CFA Published on Advisor Perspectives

Since the beginning of 2022, we have seen:

  • Two European nations fighting a war for the first time in 80 years
  • Inflation in most Western economies at levels we have not seen since the early 80s
  • Unpredictable behavior by the government of one of the largest economies in the world
  • The commencement of the first central bank rate hike cycle since 2015, and the first one reacting directly to inflation since the 1970s

One can argue that all these events are related, which begs the question: has the global investment environment which we have grown accustomed to over the past few decades fundamentally changed?

Read the full article here: It’s the End of the World As We Know It…

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