LPL Research expects solid earnings gains during the third-quarter earnings season, but upside surprises may be smaller.
LPL Research examines the debt ceiling—its role in government financing, the market, and the economy.
October gets a bad rap—but it has historically been the best one for stocks and we see further (but modest) gains for stocks over the rest of the year.
Change is disruptive but it also brings opportunities for the next leg higher for this bull market.
With the fourth quarter underway—historically the best quarter for stocks, by the way—2022 is fast approaching.
LPL Research is downgrading its 2021 U.S. GDP growth forecast from 6.25–6.75% to 5.75 6.25%.
LPL Research examines two key elements that prompted us to slightly lower our year-end forecast for the 10-year Treasury yield.
Don’t get caught up in the drama: Upcoming risks and strengths.
We see modest gains for stocks over the rest of the year, powered by a strong economic growth outlook and tremendous earnings momentum…
The resiliency of the economy continues to surprise and delight us better than our highest expectations for the year.